14 Steps to Saving Big at the Grocery Store
What if we told you there was one simple thing that could make your children happier and healthier, improve their performance at school, decrease their risk of substance abuse—and improve your family’s bottom line at the same time?
There is: Eating at home, as a family.
We know it can be tempting to pick up dinner at the drive-thru or pop some frozen meals in the microwave and catch up on chores while the kids eat. But, between the studies showing all the positive benefits of eating together, and the cost-effectiveness of not spending at restaurants, cooking at home is really a no-brainer.
Which is why we’ve come up with the ultimate grocery plan: Not only will we help you shop more efficiently, cheaply and healthfully—we’ll tip you off to a handful of common grocery store tricks that cause you to spend more. For example, you should never shop with a basket instead of a cart …
Click on the first slide below for the full list!
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