ryan remiorz: Ryan Remiorz / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILE PHOTO By Gail Vaz-Oxlade Special to the Star Mon., July 24, 2017 According to the Stats Man, the average Canadian will spend 420 a month on food in 2017, according to Toronto Star. This is one of the biggest categories in most families' budgets. Too little time and you'll be all stressed out and less likely to miss best-by dates. And it's one that can jump even higher if you don't watch your spending carefully. Discount supermarket shopping can knock 15-30 per cent off the cost of a basket of groceries. Some choices seem obvious; others, not so much.1 Shop in a less-expensive stores. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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