April 1, 2016
By: Erin Ross BSc Nutrition
Reviewed by: Andrea Miller MHSc, RD
No matter what your budget it, saving money on groceries is a smart choice as the cost of food continues to increase. In 2015, Canadian consumers saw an increase in multiple food categories and this increase is predicted to continue into 2016. Researchers forecast that the cost of meat will increase another 2.5-4.5% and vegetables will increase another 2-4% . Eating on a budget does not mean sacrificing health, nutrition or flavour. Here are some helpful tips to use the next time you go shopping to help you save more and become a smart shopper.