Confusion over food labeling results in the waste of $165 billion worth of food every year. A new study calls for uniform federal standards.
And by survive we mean food and a few sundries. it can be done, and you stand to save a whole bundle if you know what to buy.
The good news is we're getting smarter about saving money on groceries. The bad news? A trio of mistakes keeps costing us money.
Five major grocery chains now offer the same prices to all shoppers -- forgoing their opportunity to collect data on customers' spending habits. Is this the wave of the future?
Brews like Pabst Blue Ribbon and Miller Lite have increased nearly 7% in price because of their 'retro' appeal. Wine and liquor are going up, too, but for different reasons.
A live webcast on Saturday will show real-time home food preservation. Trust us: Canning, freezing and dehydrating are easier than they look.
Most of us say we would pay more for products we feel good about, according to a new study. And the items we're willing to pay the biggest premiums on are the ones we throw away.
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