Do you feel like the cost of groceries keeps going up? If so, you’re not imagining it. The price of groceries has increased lately – fueled in part by a higher demand for groceries as more Americans are eating at home during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as disrupted food supply chains. In May 2020, the grocery consumer price index (CPI) was 4.8% higher than in May 2019, according to the USDA.
Since you’re shelling out more than your fair share of hard-earned money for food these days, you want to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. That means not wasting the food you buy.
Here are 7 tips to help reduce food waste at home:
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