It can be tempting to buy portion-controlled snack packs. They might seem like a healthy option, but you often pay more for the amount you’re getting, and they are only sometimes as healthy as they claim to be.
Consider shopping for fresh produce if your city has a local farmer’s market. Not only will you support local farmers, but their produce often has fewer pesticides and is significantly cheaper than most grocery stores.
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Stores will often send you printable coupons and grocery delivery or pickup offers. Only using coupons for items that you need.Not all sales are good deals.
5. Shop Around for Deals, Don’t Only Shop at One Store
Odds are sales are going on at virtually every grocery store in your area. Don’t limit yourself if you can get a better deal on an item at a different store than the one you usually go to. A deal is a deal.