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How to Get Free Groceries at Target Print E-mail
(14 votes, average 4.50 out of 5)
Food - Groceries
Written by livecheap staff   
Monday, 18 January 2010 02:19

Compared to regular grocery Target Logostores, shopping at Target is great for getting consistently cheap groceries.    Typically, it has food prices are twenty to forty percent lower than retail supermarket prices.  Grocery stores, however, have the advantage of running bigger sales and doubling coupons.  But there is an easy way to save more at Target and even get some items for free.  Use this simple 3 step method to cut your grocery bill.

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Arrowhead Bottled Water: 'Easy to Store' Because They Shrunk It! Print E-mail
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Written by livecheap staff   
Monday, 14 December 2009 04:29

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Recently, LiveCheap examined 9 grocery items that were shrinking. This phenomena used to apply to just a few items in the grocery store, but now it seems that every food manufacturer is jumping on the shrinkage bandwagon.  

The Companies down sizing their products will explain that commodity prices such as flour, wheat, and cream have gone up in price and they needed to respond to keep prices sufficiently low.  That might be a plausible if dodgy excuse for some items, but how does it explain the latest food item to shrink: bottled water!

 

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Want Cheap Healthcare America? Lose Some Weight Print E-mail
(12 votes, average 3.92 out of 5)
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Written by Ahmed Amr   
Thursday, 10 December 2009 09:11

With all the talk about healthcare in Washington, few people are willing to discuss one of the factors driving up costs nationwide: Americans are fat.  Which is odd because even President Barack Obama noted in his campaign that if we returned to the obesity levels of 1980 it would save Medicare $1 trillion.  According to a recently published study in the New England Journal of Medicine, in ten years, half the nation will be obese.  I don’t know why anyone is surprised, you can pretty much watch the pedestrian traffic on any corner in America and arrive at the same conclusion.  Given that up to 15% of all deaths are linked to being fat, you'd think there would be more of an outcry over it.

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Shrinking Groceries: 9 Foods Print E-mail
(27 votes, average 4.63 out of 5)
Food - Groceries
Written by livecheap staff   
Monday, 23 November 2009 02:55

There’s a nifty little trick going on at grocery stores and they're hoping that most consumers are none the wiser. For some time now, product manufacturers have been reducing the size of their packages and the weight of the product inside them. It used to be that groceries were sold in simple sizes: 1 lb, 2 liters, 1 quart, a pint, etc.  But now there's a new problem: grocery shrink.

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The High Price of Convenience with Kids Print E-mail
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Written by Dollar Diva   
Tuesday, 10 November 2009 12:51
As a mom of 2 kids, ages 3 and 6, I feel like I birthed eating machines. They are active girls who love to sing and dance, but I often wonder, “where the heck do they put that food?” I mean, seriously, can they really eat all that food, and then burn all those calories and still end up being skin and bones? Really? Then what the heck happened to my metabolism? Oh, never-mind, that is a whole other article altogether!
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