Usually, but not always.
At least not when it comes to saving crazy money on produce. I just paid $19.50 for all of this:
And next time it'll only cost $16.50. That's about $50 worth of produce there, folks!! I got corn, avocados, kiwis, tomatoes, cucumbers, apples, oranges, lettuce, spinach, oranges, a cantaloupe, and red onions. (I also had the option of buying bread-- at similarly great prices)
Crazy! Crazy, I tell you!
And because I like you so much, I'll share my secret: it's a food co-op called Bountiful Baskets.
You pay your contribution ($19.50 your first time, and $16.50 after that) by Wednesday night, and then on Saturday morning you show up at your pick up point and get your produce. It's very well organized and totally awesome. They're able to get such insanely low prices because they have $0 overhead-- it's all run by volunteers.
Here's the catch: It's not available everywhere. Bountiful Baskets operates only in Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Washington-- check their website for pick up points.