Food For Life’s Ezekiel Bread has a serious fan following, and these fans are all wondering which store has it for the best price.
The bread is made of organic, sprouted grain with no added sugar, so it’s a popular choice for people wanting to eat more unprocessed foods. Although it’s not gluten free, it is much healthier and has better nutrition stats than most store-bought breads. It’s so fresh it has to be kept in the refrigerated section.
(The bread’s full name — Ezekiel 4:9 — is a reference to a Bible passage that spells out its ingredients.)
Just because you can’t find Wonder Bread prices on this product doesn’t mean there aren’t deals to be had.
Read on to get a sense for how much Ezekiel Bread costs at your favorite stores:
Trader Joe’s carries Ezekiel Bread at $0.15/oz.
This is the best price we’ve found ANYWHERE for Ezekiel Bread — at $3.00 less than retail price (46% off).
Costco carries Ezekiel Bread for under $0.16/oz.
My home Costco doesn’t carry Ezekiel Bread, but many locations do, and they offer TWO loaves bundled together for $7.49 — which gives them the price-per-ounce edge over everybody else.
Call your local Costco to make sure they carry Ezekiel Bread before you head out.
Whole Foods carries Ezekiel Bread for as low as $0.20/oz.
The regular price at Whole Foods is $6.39, which is the regular retail price, and about $0.27/oz. The sale price is $5.29, which is $0.22/oz. But Amazon Prime members can get WF’s lowest price at just under $0.20/oz.
Kroger carries Ezekiel Bread for $0.21/oz.
Not the best price, not the worst price.
Target also carries Ezekiel Bread for $0.21/oz.
But it’s actually a smidge cheaper than Kroger if you use RedCard to get 5% off.
Sprouts Farmers Market sells Ezekiel Bread for $0.25/oz.
Sprouts has more than 300 stores in 23 states, but their $5.99 per loaf Ezekiel Bread price is among the highest per ounce.
Albertsons’ price on Ezekiel Bread is $0.27/oz.
Although Ezekiel Bread goes on sale sometimes for $5.99 ($0.25/oz), the standard price at Albertsons is $6.49 per loaf.