How to save money on groceries
There’s a wide variety of reasons that certain items have gotten significantly more expensive in recent months. Eggs have increased the most – 70 percent – from Jan. 2022 to Jan. 2023, largely due to a U.S. outbreak of the avian flu.
While the factors behind these fluctuations are out of consumers’ hands, learning how to shop around the economic ebbs and flows is one way to reclaim some control.
“An easy way to manipulate your budget is based on what you choose to buy and what to cook, or not cook,” said Beth Moncel, founder of the blog Budget Bytes.
Watch the video for tips on how to save at the store, as well as hear from an economist on why prices have increased.
This video was produced by Casey Kuhn, Yasmeen Alamiri, Julia Griffin, and Megan McGrew.
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