5 Money-Saving Food-Shopping Tips!

  1. Often times bargains can be found in the generic brands of wholesome cereals, whole grain breads, store branded salad dressings and canned goods.
  2. Farmer’s Markets are a great source of lower cost fruits and vegetables, and are generally less expensive than supermarkets.
  3. Less expensive cuts of meat can be healthfully and deliciously prepared by marinating in inexpensive wine, sake, beer or citrus juice.
  4. Make your own breadcrumbs by processing toasted whole wheat bread slices and the end pieces. The result will not only we healthier, it will be less expensive as well.
  5. Make your own trail and snack mixes and bag them into individual servings for quick and inexpensive grab’n go snacks. They make easy lunch box fillers too!