Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Grocery Cheat Sheet for 2010

Wise Consumers Master The 'Yearly Grocery Cycle'
'Coupon Queen' Jill Cataldo
Advises On The Best Months To Purchase Certain Items At The Supermarket

The price of grocery items can fluctuate over the course of the year. The key is to know when particular items will be cheapest.

You probably shop for groceries at least once a week. But if you shop during certain
months, you could really save a bundle. It's something called the "yearly
grocery cycle," CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports. "Coupon queen" and super saver
Jill Cataldo teaches bargain-hunters the best months to shop to get the lowest
prices. "I can't make this stuff up," she told an audience recently. Jill says
when certain foods go on sale during certain months, the price of those items
can drop by as much as 60 percent. In late January and early February, for
example, right before Super Bowl Sunday, look for sales on chips, dips and sodas

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