Am I Spending More Money on Groceries Now That I’m Using My Grocery Deals App?
Nicole Dieker

This reminds me of how intensely regional grocery prices are. I too am one of those people who would be hard pressed to spend over $200/month. But, my home province has really cheap produce, I don’t eat the one grocery item which is more expensive in eastern Canada (dairy), and I live a fifteen minute walk away from a discount grocery chain. When I lived in the US — in Florida during my masters degree I found food (particularly healthy fresh food) significantly more expensive.

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