Grocery Shopping

This Grocery App Will Save You Time and Money — Supermarket Savings

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There are a ton of grocery apps out there, claiming to save you time and money. Unfortunately, most of them (like a lot of apps) aren't actually worth the time it takes to figure them out or the money it costs to use them.

There is one, however, that is super easy and convenient to use — and it's free! It's called Flipp and you should download it ASAP.


5 Grocery Store Items That Are Worth the Splurge — Shopping

Confession: I get a rush of adrenaline from finding good grocery store deals. Recently, I stocked up on chips, kettle corn, and other snacks that were 90 percent off at a local imports store. I think I paid 35 cents for the most expensive item!

But while I love a bargain, I'm pretty choosy on what I'll snatch up. In fact, I'm kinda picky when it comes to certain foods that I think are worth the splurge. Here are five ingredients that I am always willing to spend money on at the grocery store.


Trader Joe’s Debuts Naturally Flavored Sparkling Waters — Grocery News

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If you've walked into a Trader Joe's then you've likely been met with a bubbly employee with a mysteriously high energy level. Now, the supermarket is bringing bubbly to its shelves in a different form: sparkling waters.


Aldi’s New Partnership with Instacart Is a Total Game-Changer — Grocery News

When it comes to delivering groceries to homes, Amazon has a firm understanding of what works and what doesn't. But the e-commerce company is going to face some fierce competition: Discount supermarket Aldi is slated to partner with Instacart, a grocery delivery company that allows consumers to shop for groceries online and then have them delivered to their door in a matter of one to two hours.


The Best Ways to Save Money on Groceries at Target — Supermarket Savings

Target is awesome for all sorts of things: towels, toiletries, sports bras. It can also be a great place to buy food — especially if you know how (and when) to shop.


5 Tips for Making an Organized Grocery List, from Really Busy People — Shopping

The main lesson taught in Grocery Shopping 101 is to start with a list — otherwise, if you wander the store without a plan, you'll get home to find you're missing key ingredients or wind up with just freezer full of ice cream. And ideally that list is organized by row — or at least by sections — so you don't have to zig and zag all around the store because you wrote down zucchini and then milk and then onions.

"Life is busy, though!" you might opine. How in the world are you supposed to find time to make a grocery list that's any more organized than a bunch of chicken scratch on a Post-It? We asked these smart — and extremely busy —people to give us their tips.


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