This is a guest post from Gary Foreman, a former purchasing manager who currently edits The Dollar Stretcher website. This article originally appeared here. You can follow Gary on Twitter. As a country, we spend an unusually low percentage of our income on food--roughly 10 percent by many accounts. As food prices spike on one end and the sustainable movement pushes … Continue reading Why I Expect 10% Food Price Inflation
In my first update on the grocery coupon experiment, I go through some of the places where I've had the best luck finding coupons.
Because of great interest in using coupons for groceries, we're starting our own experiment to see how much spending we can cut using coupons.
I’m sharing the receipt from my most recent trip to the grocery store, which is perfect for a demonstration of a short analysis I go through after almost every trip to get food.
I recently filled my grocery cart with 95% sale items. Do you think we can hit 100%? Are you willing to try it with me? Join the Grocery Challenge.