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Why Your Reusable Grocery Bags Are Making You Spend More

Why Your Reusable Grocery Bags Are Making You Spend More

New research shows that grocery shoppers who use reusable bags end up spending more – on both healthy and not-so-healthy products.

February 27, 2014 Grocery & Retail News
Guess How Many Items the Average Grocery Shopper Buys in a Year?

Guess How Many Items the Average Grocery Shopper Buys in a Year?

A startling study shows just how many grocery products we never purchase, and how many shoppers completely ignore the weekly ad.

January 23, 2014 Grocery & Retail News
Study Says Even Store Coupons Are Mostly for Processed Junk

Study Says Even Store Coupons Are Mostly for Processed Junk

A new study examines online store coupons, and finds that they’re not much better for you than most other coupons.

January 15, 2014 Coupons In The News
Why Buying Healthier Groceries Could Cost You More Than $2,000

Why Buying Healthier Groceries Could Cost You More Than $2,000

A new study says choosing healthier food at the grocery store could cost a typical family more than $2,000 a year.

December 9, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
As Long As You’re Not Brand Loyal, the Best Place to Shop Is…

As Long As You’re Not Brand Loyal, the Best Place to Shop Is…

If you’re looking to save by buying whatever brand is cheapest, which store has the rock-bottom cheapest prices of all?

November 1, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Couponing and Grocery Shopping: A Bore, or a Blast?

Couponing and Grocery Shopping: A Bore, or a Blast?

Is shopping a chore, or do your savings make it fun? A new report says grocery stores would do well to make the experience more enjoyable.

October 28, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Why You’re Wasting Thousands of Dollars a Year on Your Groceries

Why You’re Wasting Thousands of Dollars a Year on Your Groceries

Sure, you clip coupons and shop the sales. But no matter how savvy a saver you are, even the best of us are guilty of overspending on some of our groceries in a big way, in one key respect. How many times have you poured out the remaining contents of a container of milk that had passed its expiration date?[Read More…]

September 24, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
Why You Should Grocery Shop With a Mirror, But Not a Calculator

Why You Should Grocery Shop With a Mirror, But Not a Calculator

If you think it can be a challenge to check all the supermarket sale ads and cross-reference your coupons while planning for a shopping trip, it turns out there are a few other factors you have to keep in mind for an optimal shopping experience. Everything from the way you look, to the way you sleep, to the way you[Read More…]

September 21, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
How Far Do You Drive to Your Grocery Store?

How Far Do You Drive to Your Grocery Store?

If you live in a big city, you may simply walk to your grocery store. If you live in a sprawling suburb, you can probably drive in just about any direction and pass by countless supermarkets. And if you live in a more remote area, you may have just one choice for grocery shopping – and not even a particularly[Read More…]

September 9, 2013 Grocery & Retail News
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