News flash: Food is expensive! Food prices were up 10.8% for the year ended April 2022, the largest 12-month increase since November 1980. The average family now spends about 10% of their household income buying groceries — nearly $7,000 a year!

And even while the price of food keeps going up, average wages are not keeping up. Even the thought of losing ground like that is scary when you are just trying to feed your family.Even if you never clip a single coupon, you can save significant money on your grocery bill just by changing how you shop.


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