Inflation Has Made Grocery Shopping Challenging

How can one survive this inflation but still be able to feed their families? Budgeting and cooking experts say that you can use many different strategies to make a difference in your budget.

We have some tips on how to get the most for your money.

Dominic Harper, the founder of Debt Bombshell, is a personal finance expert and the provider of his family. He says that the Bureau of Labor Statistics data has shown the alarming impacts of inflation on U.S. food prices.

Control What You Can

With this data, Harper says that he felt compelled to re-evaluate the items on his grocery list and consider the budget-friendly food choices and healthy alternatives for the meals at home.

“Meat and poultry products are among the list grocery items severely affected by inflation, with price hike rates of 14.8% and 11.1%, respectively, in one year,” Harper said.

“Despite the equitable effect of the said economic phenomenon, the shift to healthier food choices such as fruits and vegetables is one of the major considerations in mind.”

Emily Cooper, Founder of luxury Italian menswear brand, Oliver Wicks, says that meal prep recipes before going to the grocery store were one way that saved her a bit of money.

Plan Your Meals

“My grocery list has been altered to cater to more of my needs and less my wants,” Cooper said. “I have limited my trips to the grocery as well and have planned these trips in advance.”

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