Grocery Tips For Saving Money
Eating well can enhance all aspects of your life. Healthy food can make you look and feel better, lengthening your life and reducing costly doctor’s visits. And it doesn’t have to break the bank: in fact, buying fresh, healthy ingredients often costs less than pre-packaged “convenience” foods that are loaded with sodium and empty calories. Here’s a tip that will help you eat better and save money: conduct the majority of your grocery shopping in the aisles around the perimeter of the store. This is where most stores keep fresh meats and poultry, vegetables, bread, and so on. And don’t throw away that “junk mail” just yet, as it often contains money-saving coupons that can add up. Only buy as much food as you can use before it goes bad, but don’t hesitate to spend more to stock up if something you use is on sale for a good price.