Food shopping is an essential part of living for every family. But over the years, prices on fare have increased steadily, causing households to spend more and more on their weekly groceries. And, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, the average American family shells out nearly $540 a month on food, with an average of approximately $312 for groceries.
But unlike your mortgage or gas bill, what you spend on food is flexible. Read the July edition of Avidia Monthly to start with these tips to reduce your supermarket spending today!
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