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How to eat smart and save money on food

from Adelina Moisan, Fsp Invest to 01 Oct. 2014

Tags: save money on food, money saving tips, grocery savings, spend less on food


Do you find yourself spending too much money on food each month? Do you wish you could be able to save more on groceries?

The following simple strategies can help you increase your savings by spending less on food.



Tip #1: Replace junk food with healthier alternatives
 
Most of us live under the wrong assumption that healthy food is much more expensive than junk food.
 
But if you were to keep track of your spending when eating junk food and when eating healthier alternatives, you would definitely notice that you spend more money on the unhealthy food choices.
 
That’s because junk food is full of empty calories, which means you end up eating more than you... read more

 
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