Every shopping trip will cost you extra time and money for petrol. You won’t have to run out of single products by holding a list. Plus, fewer visits to the grocery store indicates fewer sales with impulses.
Before everything goes wrong, find a use for it. Toss a pot of soup or spaghetti sauce with the wilting vegetables. Freeze for another day with leftovers and ripe bananas for banana bread or smoothies.
The demand for grab-and-go meals will rise and retailers will bring consumers more variety in their offerings.
Online meal order food kits geared toward couples have taken off, so now the concept of this easy-to-make meal for two is hitting the grocery aisles.
When you go to the store, you have know exactly how much you can spend. Then try to stick within that limit. If you don’t know how much you can spend, you’ll certainly spend too much.
If you can save money, over the course of a month or two, by buying in bulk, plan to do so. But be sure that you’re going to use all of it before it gets bad — it isn’t cheaper to buy in bulk if you don’t use it.