Book: The Cheap and Easy Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bill (The Cheap and Easy Series Book 3) by Amanda Alixcategories: Book, Grocery Stores, Healthy Eating, Diet and Nutrition, Thrifty Shopping Tips, Save on Food, Sales Promotions, Reducing Food Waste, Prepared Food Products, Supermarket Layout, Supermarket Psychology, Frugal Food Shopping
Amanda Alixabout this book: Eating a healthy diet while getting the most out of every food-budget dollar is not an easy task. Today's supermarkets offer an astounding array of products—over 40,000, in fact—that entice us to spend our money unwisely. Despite the expanded offerings, the ways grocers stock their shelves actually reduces consumer choice and raises prices!
Grocers use many psychological tricks to encourage us to spend on expensive, often unhealthy food products simply so their biggest suppliers can make higher profits. Some of these strategies involve weekly specials and sales that appear to save you money—but really don't.
In The Cheap and Easy Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bill, you'll learn how supermarket layout and marketing tactics encourage their customers to overspend—and how you can overcome the urge to splurge. You'll uncover new ways to outwit the grocer's psychological game plan and discover how to use the store's loyalty program and conventional methods such as coupon-clipping to truly save money.
This ebook has practical advice for the consumer who wants to eat healthy without busting their grocery budget.
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