Purchase affordable yet nutritious foods that help you stay healthy and save every time you head to the checkout. Let's look at some here.
They usually cost around 58 cents per pound and are packed with essential nutrients like vitamin C, manganese, vitamin B6 and potassium.
Additionally, bananas are a good source of quick energy and are relatively easy to incorporate into meals and snacks. You can upgrade a bowl of oatmeal with a few slices of banana.
Another cheap food to add to your shopping list is beans. There are many bean varieties, each with its own nutritional value. Try dry or canned beans – they aare usually the cheapest.
Yogurt is another hit with bargain shoppers since you can buy huge cups relatively cheaply. You'll need to pay more for premium yogurt, but you can get standard yogurt for as little as $1 per 6 ounces.
Lately, the prices for fresh tuna and salmon have become unsteady. If you're craving seafood but have a tight budget, switch to canned tuna or salmon to satiate your palate.
Chicken is a good source of protein, and you'll save more if you buy a whole chicken. You can buy a whole chicken for $5.61, equivalent to about $1.06 per pound of bone-in chicken.