From insights on organization to purchasing with coupons, the content delivered here is helping shoppers find what they need at bargain deals.
(PRWEB) August 23, 2013
In 2012, the average American spent almost $2,300 on food. That accounts for approximately 13% of all earnings that year for most of those people.These statistics and more are revealed in the new infographic and article from Hometown Values. And with statistics like these, Americans should all look to be saving money on groceries. This article is designed to make saving money easier than ever with 3 simple tricks of the trade.
The tips outlined in this new article are not difficult, nor do they require a significant amount of time. They are straightforward and logical pointers that can be utilized by absolutely everyone, and they have a track-record for honest and substantial results. From insights on organization to purchasing with coupons, the content delivered here is helping shoppers find what they need at bargain deals.
An infographic is included in the article to show the reader statistics in an enlightening and enjoyable format. As an easy read filled with quality material, this article will be appreciated by anyone looking to save money on groceries.
About Hometown Values:
Hometown Values is designed to connect local businesses with local consumers and offer them money saving offers to connect in business. The magazine provides an abundance of coupons for many products and services for big savings and the new mobile apps make savings easy for on the go. A complete list of coupons is available on their website. Download the Hometown Values mobile app for iOS here, or search for “Hometown Values” in the app store or Google Play.