Food shopping is one of life skill that’s also important for youth to learn. Espacislly for some one who spend much every month.it is a good saving money tips.
Compare prices of premium brands vs cheaper brands/store brands
Compare unit prices (e.g. $1.35 per 100g for smaller pack vs $1.13 per 100g for larger pack of the same item)
Shop in the evening to take advantage of reduced price meats that can be frozen down
Look at products on all levels of shelves, as expensive items are often placed at eye level to encourage you to buy them, with cheaper brands on the top or bottom shelves instead
Consider buying in bulk so that you can cook in bulk and freeze down meals
Plan meals in advance and the ingredients that you’ll need to cook them.Make a list of items you need and stick to it
Check mail, newspapers, etc for coupons
Sign up for membership/loyalty cards if grocery stores have them (emphasize the difference between a membership/loyalty card and credit cards, as they may be encouraged to sign up for a credit card inadvertently at the checkout)
Check nutritional information on packaging
Don’t take advantage of promotions like “3 for the price of 2” if you only need one item.ake a calculator with you (or use one that’s on your phone)
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