There’s a lot of concern about the prices of groceries . . . understandably . . . but there’s one sure-fire trick to keeping the bill low: Only buy stuff you’re going to actually USE.
A new report says that the average American throws away about $63 worth of groceries . . . every week. That’s around $3,000 every year.
That can be: Fruits and veggies that spoil before you get to them . . . leftovers from meals that don’t get eaten . . . and random stuff that just sits around forever until you toss it.
People were asked which foods were the “hardest to use up,” and LETTUCE is #1. Bananas are second, followed by milk . . . apples . . . bread . . . avocado . . . deli items . . . eggs . . . meat . . . and carrots.