1. Planning what you will eat and shopping with a list are
sure to save you money in the supermarket.
2. Using coupons is always a good idea to save money.
3. To get the best buy for your money when buying meats, compare
the cost per serving and not the cost per pound.
4. Fruits and vegetables in season usually cost less than
those not in season.
5. You can make your food dollars go further by comparing
forms, brands, sizes and types of food.
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