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7 ways to save money on groceries


Jun. 8, 2013 Bankrate

The average American family spends $537 per month on food — $312 directly on groceries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Consumer Expenditure Survey. Although it may not seem like it, food costs are still one of the most flexible areas in most families’ budgets. While you may have little control over your mortgage or day care costs, you can probably save money on groceries.

Wondering where to start? Try these turbocharged tips.

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