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Saving Money 53 Practical Ways to Fight High Grocery Prices
53 Practical Ways to Fight High Grocery Prices
Learn to cook intelligently. Invest in a good,
Plan all meals in advance.
Cook only as much food as your family will consume at
Cook slowly. Do not overcook. This prevents vitamin
& mineral losses.
Save and make use of all leftovers. Start collecting
Serve smaller portions. Eat less, stay slimmer...and
Eliminate fancy, fattening, expensive desserts.
Give children smaller portions and teach them not to
Pet food is expensive. Train your cat and dog to eat
Avoid "fad" and junk foods consisting of empty
Cut down on all sweets, white flour products and
Stop smoking. Drink juices instead of alcoholic
Don't drive many miles to save a few pennies at a
Use powdered milk instead of fresh milk.
Beat high coffee prices by drinking tea - and save
Take your lunch to work.
Watch "open dating" on perishables and avoid buying
outdated, spoiled food.
Become a "comparison shopper". Buy "specials" from
If you don't have one, invest in a new or good used
Read labels. Remember that ingredients are listed in
order by weight.
Purchase only what you will use and eat everything
Visit your grocer as LEAST often as possible.
Trade money-saving recipes with friends, relatives,
When grocery shopping, carry a list and stick to it!
Shop only on a FULL stomach. Never when hungry.
Never take children grocery shopping with you.
Clip, save and use "store coupons". Trade those you
Watch for grocery store "sale" ads and shop the
Watch the cash register when checking out. Errors
can be costly.
Buy your favorite foods in the largest size
Buy cheaper "store" or "house" brands.
Avoid the supermarket's "gourmet" section.
Stock up on genuine bargains.
Ignore advertisements for "new" or "improved"
Avoid all convenience foods and items with long lists
Stock up on "in season" foods.
Pocket big savings by using more poultry in your
Avoid non-nutritious foods, junk foods, sugary foods,
soft drinks, etc.
Dine out less often. When you do, take home
leftovers in a "doggie bag".
Grow some of your own herbs, fruits, vegetables.
Avoid convenience stores. They're more expensive.
Ask store personnel to steer you to the "best buys".
Buy your favorite foods by the case and ask for
Make your own soups, bakery goods, ice cream, yogurt,
coleslaw, jams, etc.
Buy unsliced cheese and sandwich meats. Slice them
yourself and save.
Look for damaged merchandise and ask for price
reductions: dented cans, crushed cartons, outdated bakery
goods, bruised produce, etc.
Buy ONLY food items from your grocery. Buy non-food
Serve a balanced diet and you won't have to spend on
Buy "in season" produce from local farmer's fields,
Compare prices of foods in various forms - canned,
frozen, fresh and dried. Buy the least expensive.
Observe "unit pricing". Compare weights before
Before checking out, weed out the items you don't
Limit snacks at home to popped corn, fruit &
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