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Alice Henneman, MS, RD
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County
This is a peer-reviewed publication.
Created with PowerPoint 2003, October, 2008.Prices are rounded to the nearest 25 cents and may vary by store and region.
A dollar saved is even better than a dollar earned: You don’t have to pay taxes on it!
$1.00 or more!
Tossing me – that’s bananas!
I’m hard to resist if you’re hungry!
Use coupons only for foods normally eaten
Look for coupons in
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Invest in staple foods when they’re on sale
Do I have to eat this?
I’m not feeding you a line!
I’m quite a catch!
Buy several packages of meat on sale and freeze them. Here’s how from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Food Safety & Inspection Service...
OVER $2,000 yearly!!
“Thank You!” to the following people for reviewing these materials and adding their suggestions for saving money at the supermarket: Sharon Balters, Pam Branson, Chiquita Briley, Cindy Brison, Toni Bryant, Jessie Coffey, Joan Davis, Sarah Doerneman, Jennifer Dunavan, Rita Frickel, Shannon Frink, Karen Hudson, Cindy Goody, Becky Guittar, Teri Hlava, Kayla Hinrichs, Vicki Jedlicka, Lisa Kopecky, Toni Kuehneman, Tracy Kulm, Jana McKinney, Jennifer Meyer, Martha Murphy, Stacie Ortmeier, Dave Palm, Amber Pankonin, Zainab Raida, Joan David Sather, Carol Schwarz, Kathy Tack, Kathy Taylor, Amy Vore, Jennifer Yen, Kathy Walsten, Jessica Wegener and Linda Wetzel.
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