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Food prices have noticeably increased for consumers as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, it seems inflation is here to stay due to structural changes in the country’s supply chain and robust demand for food and other essential commodities amid the pandemic.

It’s important that you know how to deal with rising food prices so you don’t bust your grocery budget or, worse, rely on credit cards and accumulate debt.

Here are eight things you can do to fight food inflation: (h/t to

  1. Set a budget and stick to it
  2. Determine the unit price of an item
  3. Watch for sales
  4. Eat cheaper cuts of meat
  5. Lessen food waste
  6. Cook from scratch
  7. Grow your own food
  8. Prepare a weekly meal plan


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