1. Stock up on non-perishable items during sales
When you see a good sale, and it’s something you’re always consuming, buy a month’s worth supply of that item; spending more during the sale will give you long-term savings!
2. Buy only what you need
Buying more than you need is an obvious culprit of unnecessary spending. If you’re not into planning your meals, buying pre-portioned meals might even be cheaper than your groceries!
3. Check Unit Prices
Unit prices help customers by breaking down the cost by specific measurement. This way, you can compare items’ prices across different sizes, containers, and packages!
4. Buy frozen produce when out of season
Frozen produce packs the same, and often even more, nutrients as fresh produce. When prices are high on out-of-season produce, try the frozen produce aisle and see your grocery bill go down! Frozen vegetables, for example, can often be 75% cheaper!