Groceries represent one of the biggest buckets of spending for Singaporeans. According to ValuePenguin, the average Singaporean family spends about S$1,334 on food and beverages each month. Even if you were to avoid dining out and cook at home most of the times, feeding a family of 3 can easily cost S$1,000 on a monthly basis. While there are plenty of tips online on how you can cut your grocery bills by shopping with a list, making fewer shopping trips or clipping coupons, one of the most effective ways is actually to get rid of your bad grocery shopping habits. For the budget-minded home cooks in Singapore, we’ve prepared a list of four costly grocery shopping habits you can stop today save on your daily necessities.
Don’t be loyal to brands
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