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5 Ways to Reduce Food Waste

5 Ways to Reduce Food Waste

During the spring, many people take steps to clean their closets, garages and kitchens. Have you ever had to throw out food that has become moldy in your fridge? Have any of your packaged foods lost their appealing taste or color because they were "lost" in the back of a cupboard? Have you bought a large package of food because it had a lower "unit price" and you or your family became tired of the food?

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Save Some Bread With These Tips

Save Some Bread With These Tips

Using day-old bread can help you stretch your food dollars. Some bakeries offer day-old bread at discounted prices. You might buy a few loaves because you found a great deal; unfortunately, you might get tired of it before you use all of it. What can you do with it?

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Holiday Budgeting: Solved!

Holiday Budgeting: Solved!

I get stressed about buying holiday gifts and foods. What can I do?

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How to Get More Food for Your Dollar

How to Get More Food for Your Dollar

I'm always looking for ways to get more for my money at the grocery store. Do you have any ideas for me?

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Stretch Your Food Budget by Trimming Your Food Waste

Stretch Your Food Budget by Trimming Your Food Waste

Have you ever tossed leftover food because it became moldy in your refrigerator? Perhaps you tasted something at the grocery store and bought a large package of it. Then you discovered that your family didn't like it or became tired of eating it.

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Coupons = Savings for Busy Moms

Coupons = Savings for Busy Moms

Imagine saving hundreds of dollars at the grocery store every year simply by using coupons. You don’t have to be an extreme couponer to save money.

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Stretch Your Fruit and Vegetable Budget

Stretch Your Fruit and Vegetable Budget

Do you and your family members eat enough fruits and veggies for good health? Most people need 1 1/2 to 2 cups of fruits and 2 1/2 to 3 cups of vegetables per day to meet the recommendations. Enjoy the taste of eating right during March, National Nutrition Month. Include a rainbow of fruits and vegetables on your menus. They're rich in vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants that promote good health.

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Save at the Grocery Store with  Loss Leaders

Save at the Grocery Store with Loss Leaders

I heard that I should shop for the "loss leaders" at the grocery store. What does that mean?

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Your Holiday Questions Answered!

Your Holiday Questions Answered!

Helpful advice on how to avoid overeating and overspending this holiday season.

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Grocery Lists and Cooking with Food on Hand

Grocery Lists and Cooking with Food on Hand

I always seem to cook the same meals at home. When I am at the grocery store, I forget what I have at home, and I bring home more of the same foods! Can you help?

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