If you are at your wit’s end trying to manage your grocery
bills you are not alone! Prices of groceries have jumped by
7.5% in the past year alone and people are facing the
biggest price increase since the 1970’s – Thousands of
people are scrambling to feed their families and feed them
well somehow, on a painfully small budget.
According to the U.S. Statistical Abstract for 2002 an
average family of three spends $6,093 on food each year
alone. Quite a few people have begun avoiding fresh foods
while stocking up on cheaper high calorie items that offer
little nutrition in their efforts to cut costs. Unfortunately
experts estimate food costs to rise steadily for another year.
How can you afford to feed your family healthy quality food
while still cutting down on food costs?
It is possible! You just need to learn how to shop smart and
stretch every dollar. Even a savings of $4 of your weekly
food bill will help you save $200 per year. Let’s take a look
at the top ten surefire ways that you can cut down
substantially on your grocery bill and still eat healthy.