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Saving Grocery Money By Shopping For Value Foods

Posted on: 07/05/2012

When it comes to budgeting money for food, it can sometimes be frustrating to realize how much it costs. After all – especially if you are shopping for a family – it can seem like you get hardly anything for the amount of money you are spending. While you, of course, want to make sure you are getting all the nutrition you need from your food, you would like to save a bit of money while doing so. By beginning to understand how to shop for value foods, you can eat healthy while starting to save money as well!

There are two great value foods to keep in mind for breakfast: these two are eggs and oatmeal, as each is extremely healthy and extremely inexpensive. Other foods such as cereal and pastries do not come close to matching these two in price or health benefits. You will be surprised by how much you start saving if you decide to make the switch to eggs and oatmeal as your new breakfast staple.

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Fruit is important for anyone’s diet, but fruit can be expensive, esepcially when it is out of season; if you want to save money buying fruit, you should consider buying bananas. You can usually find bananas for as little as 50 cents per pound at any time of year! Bananas are also one of the healthiest things you can eat, and they are great for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack.


A great value food for dinner – one that is both healthy and inexpensive – is spaghetti. Even after you add pasta sauce, spaghetti is still a great deal; in fact, you can add a meat such as chicken and still get by without spending a whole lot of money.

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Once you add these foods to your week’s regular eating schedule, you can start to seriously minimize the amount of money you are spending at the grocery store. Start to pay attention to these and other value foods, and your grocery budget will begin to go much further than it ever did before!

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