1• Don’t buy individually packaged items, buy larger items & packaged them yourself.
2• Use coupons to help you save on eating out.
3• Take advantage of frequent customers discount program at your favourite Restaurants.
4• Join a cooking co-op where you can either cook & exchange meals or take turns cooking a few nights per/week.
5• Try store brands to see if you can save. It takes trial & error, but you should be able find areas that can help you save money.
6• Visit Farmers market to find a better deals on produce. Especially if you go to areas that caters to Restaurant & larger orders in company of friends & neighbours.
7• Invest in a Freezer, so you can buy more food in bulk.
8• Avoid shopping for just one or two items since you often end up with more in impulse purchases
9• Pay attention to price per/ounce labels at your Grocery store.
10 Search for deals on Restaurants through sites like Amazon or Groupou local to get big discount on places to eat.
11 Buy in bulk on items that you use a lot.
12 Shop at ethnic stores to find the best prices on spices & specially made foods.
13 Use coupons & shop on sales at your Grocery stores.
14 Shop with a list.
15 Cook once a week or once a month to make eating at home more comfortable.
16 Eat leftovers for lunches or pack a lunch from home.
17 Try shopping at a warehouse clubs or discount Grocery stores to find lower prices.
18 Shop at more than one stores each week to find the lowest prices for each items.
19 Use a meal planning service to plan your meals.
20 Cook your meals at home.
Source::::::::::::::::::::: Money/Rosette Collection