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Pet foodMarketwatch notes that pet stores and websites like PetFood.com and PetFoodDirect.com offer significant discounts via coupons or loyalty programs. Photo: Jamaal Ellis / ©2013 Houston Chronicle

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

Pet foodMarketwatch notes that pet stores and websites like PetFood.com and PetFoodDirect.com offer significant discounts via coupons or loyalty programs. Photo: Jamaal Ellis / ©2013 Houston Chronicle

KitchenwareHome goods stores like, Marshalls or TJ Maxx or, uh, HomeGoods will offer these at lower prices. Or look for a good deal on Amazon or Overstock.com

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

You might have a frying pan, skillet, and dutch oven, but which one do you use when you're cooking that favorite recipe?

People foods that are toxic for your pet - Houston Chronicle

People foods that are toxic for your pet

People foods that are toxic for your pet - Houston Chronicle

Members of Costco or Sam’s Club or a similar store don’t necessarily save. Wholesale purchases expire or go unused and get tossed if you’re not a smart shopper. Heed this advice.

10 products you should almost never buy at Costco, Sam's Club or other warehouse stores

Members of Costco or Sam’s Club or a similar store don’t necessarily save. Wholesale purchases expire or go unused and get tossed if you’re not a smart shopper. Heed this advice.

ToothbrushGet a free one from your dentist (you should be getting a check up every six months, anyway). If you want a fancier electric toothbrush, head to a big-box store, look on Amazon or perhaps even Best Buy. Photo: UniversalImagesGroup, Getty / Universal Images Group Editorial

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

Dentist reveals best way to combat bad breath - and most people are reaching for the wrong thing

Party suppliesWhat have we learned? For kitchen items, go to home good stores. For office supplies, go to an office supply store. For party supplies, go to a party supply store. Once again, cheaper and better options. Photo: Cindy Schultz /  00019033A

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

Party suppliesWhat have we learned? For kitchen items, go to home good stores. For office supplies, go to an office supply store. For party supplies, go to a party supply store. Once again, cheaper and better options.

Flower bouquetsDon't be tempted by the pretty displays at the grocery store. Head to a flower supply store (see a pattern?) for better deals on flowers that will last longer. Photo: Tomayia Colvin / ONLINE_YES

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

Flower bouquetsDon't be tempted by the pretty displays at the grocery store. Head to a flower supply store (see a pattern?) for better deals on flowers that will last longer. Photo: Tomayia Colvin / ONLINE_YES

Bottled waterUnless your town's water supply has been poisoned, there's no reason to ever buy bottled water. Not only is the product horrible for the environment, but tap water costs 300 times less. Just buy a stainless steel canteen for your tap water drinking purposes. If you're worried about the taste, get a purifier.

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

You Drank Contraceptives Today and Didn't Even Know It You are likely consuming contraceptives whether you know it or not through your drinking water, according to a new study from the U.

Name-brand spicesFew can tell the difference in taste between name-brand spices and generic options. Health-food stores (as do some grocery stores) sell them in bulk or vend loose spices. Both are more cost-efficient options. Photo: Brett Coomer / © 2012 Houston Chronicle

You should never buy these items at a grocery store

Name-brand spicesFew can tell the difference in taste between name-brand spices and generic options. Health-food stores (as do some grocery stores) sell them in bulk or vend loose spices. Both are more cost-efficient options. Photo: Brett Coomer / © 2012 Houston Chronicle

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