How to Save Money on Groceries:

17 Tips for Grocery Shopping on a Budget

With consistent inflation, everyday items have become less affordable. As a result, Americans nationwide have had to revise and tighten their budgets, especially in the grocery category.

Although money may still be tight, with some planning, creativity, and perhaps a nifty cookbook, you can still prepare great meals for your family without breaking the bank.

These 17 grocery hacks will have you spending less money on groceries on your first few shopping trips. Implementing as many of these small changes as possible will have a big impact on your grocery bill!

Using apps to scan grocery receipts and score cashback offers on purchases is one of the easiest ways to save a substantial amount of money on your groceries.

Use Cashback Apps

Items in the checkout line are unhealthy and overpriced because the store has a captive audience as you're waiting to pay for your groceries. Avoid giving in and tossing these items in your cart!

Avoid Impulse Purchases

Buying portion-controlled snack packs for yourself or your kids can be tempting. Brands may market them as healthy foods, but the unit pricing is often higher, and they are rarely as healthy as they claim to be.

Avoid Overpriced Snacks

Swing by your local farmers market to purchase your fresh vegetables and fruit. Not only will you support local farmers, but their produce often has fewer pesticides, and in-season options tend to be significantly cheaper than most local grocery stores.

Shop at Farmer's Markets for Produce

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