How to Double Your Groceries at No Extra Cost

Spend less without sacrificing on essential groceries.

Groceries are the third largest expense for the average American household. Save money on your next trip to the supermarket with this smart tip from money coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox: Choose what you buy based on its price per unit. From fresh meat to toiletries, you can cut down on your monthly bill just by comparison shopping and picking the item with the lowest price per unit instead of the lowest total price. Print out and reference this convenient wallet card with the average prices per unit for the most popular grocery items.


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