Grocery shopping can take a big bite out of your household budget. In fact, a family of four spends up to an average of $1,300 a month on food at home, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That means families can shell out more than $15,000 a year on groceries.
With the right strategies you can cut your grocery spending in half or more. Just ask Kyle Taylor, founder of personal finance blog ThePennyHoarder.com. When he was just a teenager, he was finding ways to whittle down his family's grocery bill to less than $20 a week. Since then, he's launched a career in helping people save more money.
The entrepreneur is a finalist in GOBankingRates' 2015 "Best Money Expert" competition hosted in collaboration with Ally Bank.
Taylor shared these tips to save money on groceries without spending hours clipping coupons.
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