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How to Set a Family Grocery Budget to Help Fight Inflation

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Plan Meals

When you plan your meals out, you'll ensure you only buy enough food for what you and your family will eat — and it shouldn't go to waste.

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Track Spending Habits

While you might not want to look at the damage on your grocery receipt every week, it’s important to know what your biggest expenses are.

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Analyze the Household's Needs

When you have children, food is always a top priority in your house. Whether it’s planning meals for picky eaters or having after-school snacks readily available, your grocery list is likely to be long each week.

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Eliminate Food Delivery Services

Sometimes, it feels all too easy to sit on the couch and order something from an app and have it delivered right to your front door. 

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Know How to Use Coupons Effectively

Coupons can seem like a hassle to sort through each week, but it’s often worth the effort. As previously mentioned, you can look for coupons for items like eggs and butter to help bring down the cost of items most impacted by inflation.

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Look Into a Meal Kit

Purchasing a subscription that allows you to make wholesome meals with simple ingredients might be more effective. You may even spend less time cooking with this option.

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