VIDEO: How to budget for groceries in Canada

Finance experts offer tips on how to hit budget goals when it comes to buying groceries

Here are some tips from personal finance experts on how to save money on groceries in Canada.

  • Expect to spend about $230 per person, per month, including non-food necessities such as cleaning supplies
  • Spend less at restaurants, and put that money toward groceries instead
  • Shop at grocery stores that offer points you can redeem for free groceries
  • Eat more vegetarian meals
  • Plan your meals in advance to find ways to use up food that could soon go bad

Video by The Canadian Press

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