You can save money and eat well. In fact, many healthy eating habits such as packing a lunch and cooking at home will lead to everyday savings in your pocket.
- Plan weekly meals. Write down the meals you want to make this week.
- Make a grocery list. Staying organized helps to avoid buying items you don’t really need.
- Understand the price tag. Look at the unit price and the size of the product. You may find that a larger tub of cottage cheese costs more than a smaller tub, but if the unit price per ounce is lower, then the bigger tub is still the better deal.
“If you keep good food in your fridge, you will eat good food.” Errick McAdams