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You may save yourself time, money and trouble at the grocery store if you avoid these seven common errors that shoppers make.

You may save yourself time, money and trouble at the grocery store if you avoid these seven common errors that shoppers make.

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  • BROUGHT TO YOU BYHTTP://WWW.OLDFASHIONEDHOMEMAKING.COMSeven Mistakes GroceryShoppers Make
  • (NAPSI)—You may saveyourself time, money andtrouble at the grocerystore if you avoid theseseven common errorsthat shoppers make.Mistakes at the Grocery Store
  • Not Making a ListIt always helps to have a clear plan of what you’regoing to buy before you hit the store. To help, there are a number of apps that can get youorganized.One, ZipList, is an online recipe box and shoppinglist system that syncs across desktop, tablet andmobile devices, so you can stick to your list and notforget important ingredients.
  • Shopping When HungryShoppers buy food when they’re hungry.Shopping hungry often leads to impulse buys andpurchasing more than you need.
  • Not Looking DownThey don’t look down.Brands pay a premium to be displayed at eye level,so looking down can be a way to find the same-quality items at lower prices.
  • Not Buying Generic BrandsPeople shy away from the generic brands.You’ve had your go-to cereal for years but yourgrocery store may be offering the same ingredients ina generic cereal for a fraction of the cost.
  • Shopping During Peak HoursThey go during peak hours.Shopping for the week on Sunday afternoon? Lookslike everyone had the same idea.Try to switch up your schedule and stock up duringless popular times, such as late evening on aweeknight or early Saturday morning.
  • Ignoring Center AislesFood purchasers ignore the center aisles.Center aisles at grocery stores usually contain suchpackaged goods as canned food and beans.These can offer depth and heartiness to your mealswithout breaking the bank.
  • Not Checking for DealsConsumers don’t check for deals.The online list system can help here, too.ZipList has a Grocery Deals feature that helps youfind what’s on sale at stores near you.The feature pulls directly from grocery circulars andother sources, so even perishable goods can be foundon the site on a week-to-week basis.
  • Learn MoreFor further facts and tips, visitwww.ziplist.com/mistakes.Visit us athttp://www.oldfashionedhomemaking.com