6 Ways To Save On Groceries

Okay, so you’ve cut canned vegetables from your grocery list and now your food budget has exploded like a can of green beans. How can you cut corners and save a little money without resorting to Breathairianism? Consumer Reports offers six suggestions, and while many of them may seem like common sense if you already practice them, the list is still helpful enough to be worth checking out. Tip number one:

Choose cheap stores. Not all stores are created equal. After doing a price comparison, Consumer Reports found that the following stores offered the best bargains: Aldi, Costco, Market Basket, Slater Bros., Shoppers Food Warehouse, Trader Joe’s and Wal-Mart.

We’ve covered this before with homespun advice from the thriftymommy side of the matter, and those soccer mom tips still pertain as well (although be sure you also read the highly useful reader comments on that post).

Six Ways To Cut Your Grocery Bill [CBSNews.com]

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