In Markham, ON, I find No Frills is quite cheap. However, you may not find some of the items there, ie: fresh seafood. Asian supermarket is also quite cheap.
$5/day for 4 - that's impressive! I figure we're probably around $8/day for 2.This is part of how we manage to feed four for less than $5/day, as discussed here;
Wow. That puts me in shame. My average grocery + dining last week was $16/day for just one (I did some bulk buying though.)This is part of how we manage to feed four for less than $5/day, as discussed here;
Yep, I do the flyer scan every week as well. I make a list of good sales, and then make sure I pass by those stores on the way home from work during the following week (without using more gas!).$5/day for 4 - that's impressive! I figure we're probably around $8/day for 2.
My wife takes care of the "where to buy groceries", and it's a big game to her. She goes through the flyers every Friday night / Sat morning and makes the plan on where to shop that week - usually in 2 places. WalMart, Superstore, Food Basics, and a non-chain grocery store. Never A&P - overpriced. Used to shop at No Frills in school, but there isn't one in my town.
We're big on planning the meals for the next week, and buying groceries to suit those meals exactly. Less waste.