The Food Institute has determined the budget for groceries for a family of four will increase about $4 a week in 2013. In order to offset raised prices at the grocery store, shoppers need to pay attention to sales, utilize coupons and shop around to get the best deal.
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For more information on The Food Institute, visit www.foodinstitute.com.