With the holiday season approaching, more grocery shopping is needed for family get-togethers, dinner potlucks, and holiday parties! However, with the rising costs of inflation, the cost of the foods in our grocery stores have unfortunately risen, too.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, eggs have gone up 40% in price, butter is up 24%, and milk is up 17%. In addition to the economic burden, inflation also affects our nutrition.
With the rising cost of foods, people generally buy less expensive foods which oftentimes means foods with less nutritional value.
But by following these simple guidelines, you can eat healthy foods during the holidays and feel good about your wallet savings!
· Choose Frozen Produce
· Avoid Highly Processed Meats
· Choose Generic Brands Rather than Name-Brands
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