Comparing food storage prices can be a bit of a numbers game. Comparing pricing by the weight or servings of food in a container will not give you an accurate comparison of pricing in food storage products. Read more to learn the tips and tricks you need to know for accurately comparing food storage prices.
Saving up for big ticket items can be easier if you can spend less elsewhere. There are many emergency preparedness items you can’t get at the dollar store that might cost $2 – $10 elsewhere. Buy these there and put the extra money toward something else.
Grocery stores put their products on sale in predictable sales cycles. Planning your food storage purchases according to these sales cycles can save you big money. Read all about how to stock up for less, and use the included printable to help you plan your next shopping trip.