Buy Low to Save Money on Your Annual Grocery Bill

In a typical family household, spending on food and groceries adds up to a large sum of money on an annual basis.  Therefore the amount of money that you can save on what you spend at the grocery store over the course of the year can be significant.  One way to save on your annual grocery spending is to “buy low”.  What this means is buying extra grocery products when they offered at on an unusually low price such as the grocery store’s weekly loss leaders.  While this may actually increase your spending for a given week, you will save in the long term because the next time you need that product, you have already purchased it at a lower price.

When using this strategy, you need to pay very close attention to expiration dates, as you don’t want to purchase additional products if they are likely to be past their expiration date by the time you would need to purchase the product again.  You also should really only do this with food items and grocery products that you always use…

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