We can start in the frozen food aisle. We can cut out as much as 50 percent by buying frozen produce over the fresh produce. Frozen is just as healthy because freezing locks in the nutrients and there are no preservatives as there are in canned foods. https://www.CynthiaSass.com
Trying vegetarian twice a week
So you say you are not a vegetarian, I am not either but a good salad once a week is healthy and can cut your food bill. I have found a great vegetarian chili that is not only healthy but taste good too. You make it just the way you would your chili only leave out the meat.
Time your trip to the store
You would be surprised how much you can save by doing your shopping earlier in the morning. A lot of your big stores get their shipments in on Wednesdays; therefore, the best time to shop is Tuesday evening; because that is when stores cut their prices to make room for the new produces.
Think you need to buy organic
Organic is not always your healthiest produce, by removing the skins on produce like bananas, fruits and melons leaves zero pesticides and you should always wash your produce any way. Again, frozen fruits are just as safe and healthy as fresh,
Eggs vs red meat and skinless chicken
Both red meat and chicken have protein; however, the egg is actually a better source of protein it has the building blocks of life and the essential amino acids. Serving eggs at any meal will cut your food bill.
The oldest products are out front
The freshest products are at the back; therefore by reaching to the back you will get the freshest and newest date. These products will last longer when you get them home.
Budget perfect menu
Looking two weeks ahead and plan out your menu for the next 14 days you can cut your grocery bill by 70 percent overall. https://ww.Budget101.com
I make a grocery list every month and try to stick to it as closely as I can. There is always something I have forgotten or we decide to have family or friends over for dinner. However, even then I can serve T-bones on the grill or a good chuck roast with potatoes and “fresh” vegetables — “fresh right from the freezer.