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Stockpiling Food Can Save Canadian Families on Groceries

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Stockpiling is a very common practice, but will it work for you the way you expect? The first tip to start saving money stockpiling on groceries is to only get those things you know you're going to use--it makes sense, right? Within just a few months you can have a nice stockpile of necessities and groceries! There are rules to maintaining your stockpile as well--so the money you spend will …

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5 Ways You're Spending Too Much On Food

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It's all over the news and social media; groceries have become so expensive. This is a normal response to pandemic-induced inflation. However, if you find groceries particularly unaffordable, you may need to examine your spending habits. Taking out same-day loans to get groceries is a clear indication that you are doing something wrong. There are numerous ways you can cut back and save money on groceries, but this all ties …

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Canadians Budgeting For Rising Grocery Costs

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[Updated for 2021]

It is almost a certainty that general living costs will increase over time, and food is no exception. While most Canadians are doing their best to tackle debts such as mortgages and loans, food can seem like a minor expense in comparison.

Financial analysts think Canadians are generally becoming less frivolous and more sensible with their spending habits, however over 68% of Canadians are finding it harder …

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