Food prices are rising across the U.S.—but that doesn’t mean you have to completely blow your food budget or resort to cheap, unhealthy options. provides tips for cutting costs at the grocery store and still taking healthy food home for your family.

According to the article, shopping with a list can help save you 10 percent on unnecessary or impulse purchases. Also, avoid store specials and sales that make you buy items that you don’t really need. However, it’s good to have a certain amount of flexibility in your meal planning so that you can buy foods that are on sale.

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