Food consumes 15-20% of the average American’s household gross income. With such a large spending category, it is helpful to understand some key ways to manage these costs while still being able to purchase enough food (and hopefully even healthy ones too). In this series, I’m discussing three specific places that can save your grocery bill money. So, are you ready to save $100 – $300 every month on groceries?
#1 – Aldi Grocery Store
Aldi is the cheapest grocery store I have ever found. It is first-quality, top-notch food, and I LOVE shopping at this store! It is about 10%-33% cheaper than the next cheapest grocery store.
I buy cereal, milk, bagels, bread, eggs, cheese, fruit, vegetables, meat, canned foods, and many other products at this store, and I have been very satisfied!
I can only hope that Aldi has a store near you. You can click HERE to see if they do.
Do you shop at Aldi? If so, share your stories below!