Forgotten food, special offers and confusing prices can mean we buy more food than we need. Avoid putting that money in the bin with help from our printable guide.
Food and drink shopping is one of our key outgoings, with the average family home spending £58 a week according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Where the money goes
We spend £5.40 on bread, rice and cereals, and £4.80 on non-alcoholic drinks. Fresh fruit sets us back an average of £3.30 a week, while £1.80 goes on chocolate.
It really does all add up! Fortunately you can bring that down by shopping a little differently and we’ve some top tips to make that easier in our free download.