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The Golden Circle Factory Outlet has been serving up bargains for more than a decade thanks to their contracts with Golden Circle and Heinz Australia. You might also find brands like Cadbury, Arnotts and Kellogs.
On the southside, Golden Circle Factory Outlet is located at 200 Old Cleveland Road, Capalaba.
This factory outlet is legit, offering raw chicken, marinated chicken, chicken skewers, nuggets, tenders, and other Inghams products for a fraction of the supermarket price. Everything is sold in bulk slabs; you can get four kilos of raw chicken or half a dozen boxes of frozen treats for around $30 - 40 dollars.
It's first in, best served so try to get there early. They're located at 86 Trade Street, Lytton.
Lighthouse Care provide a low-cost grocery store for those in need of food relief. Like Golden Circle, they are able to provide cheap groceries and the $25 trolley by partnering with large companies.
You don't need a pension card or proof of need to shop at Lighthouse Care - everyone is welcome. They are located at 17 – 19 Monte-Khoury Drive in Loganholme and 1/16 Central Court in Hillcrest. They also have an online store.
Tribe of Judah
Similar to Lighthouse Care, Tribe of Judah Care Services offer a low-cost grocery store that's open seven days a week. You can also access Tribe of Judah without a Centrelink card or proof of need.
Tribe of Judah is located at and sells a wide range of goods including meats, snacks, and treats.