If you read my blog for long you will know that I love buying food in bulk. I enjoy the convenience of having a stocked pantry so that I can skip the weekly trips to the store, but most of all I want the savings. So, does buying in bulk save money? Is it really worth investing the time and energy in storing this food? Come into my kitchen with me and let’s talk about saving money.
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While I won’t list everything I buy in bulk, I will give you a few items on my list that I buy frequently for my family. I compare equal quality products which means if the store was non gmo or organic, the bulk is also, so that I can keep the comparison fair.
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I think buying in bulk is definitely the winner with a significant savings, but you must realize that bulk items have a higher upfront cost. Don’t be discouraged though. Do what your budget allows and slowly over time you can begin to build your pantry.
If you are just starting out on your journey, I would love to guide you through this process by showing you How to Stock Your Pantry.
If all of this feels way too overwhelming, focus on the Top Ten Pantry Staples to store the most important items in your pantry first.
Prioritize Your Money
Lastly, if you don’t have the extra money in your budget to set aside for bulk purchases, consider reading my post on How to Save Money on Groceries.
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