Every time I go to the grocery store I think I'll only spend fifty bucks, and the next thing I know the total flirting with $150 and it's not from lobster and caviar. It's just average stuff! What common things jack up the grocery bill the most?
Ever wondered what grocery stores do with all of the produce and bakery items they don't sell? Sometimes it's donated or recycled, and sometimes it just plain goes to waste. East Texas stores have been graded on accountability, prevention, and recycling, and one of them gets an F.
If you've noticed your grocery bill dropping, it may have something to do with a larger trend that's expected to continue. This is good news for your favorite items that sometimes get a little too pricey. But why is it happening?
There's a secret to choosing the right checkout line to get in and out of the grocery store quickly, and it's not what you think. Sometimes getting behind that lady with the full and overflowing cart can be the fastest. Let me explain.
If you've heard about the national egg shortage and you have the urge to hoard eggs, you won't be able to. At least not at H-E-B stores across Texas. They're limiting the number of egg cartons that a customer can buy so there's enough for every refrigerator …