Worldwide food shortages and higher gas prices continue to drive food prices up, up, up. And yet there are still massive savings to be had that most people aren’t even aware of. Please send us your stories of how to cope with food inflation (mail to firstname.lastname@example.org).
One book promises to slash your grocery bills in half. Supermarket Survival is an expert guide to juicing supermarkets – follow its rules or THEY will JUICE YOU.
Yes, you could say “don’t even use supermarkets!” But that is not realistic.
As food prices continue to rocket, more of us than ever before are facing hunger as a daily problem. More Americans than at any time since the Great Depression, more Europeans since the second world war, are having trouble just putting food on the table.
That is why you need a guide to Supermarket pricing tactics – so you can beat them at their own game. Think it can’t be done? If you’re like the vast majority of Americans, there’s plenty of savings to be had in your grocery budget. There are no gimmicks involved here, just time-tested strategies and habits that ensure you’ll get the absolute best value for your time and money.
In America today, only about 2% of the population actually works the land. Industrialization, electricity and mass production techniques stripped the countryside of farmers and small family farms, creating an influx into larger cities, and replacing small farmers with corporate giants which rely on chemical pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and genetic manipulation to produce their nutrient-deficient crops, all which are beginning to result in fewer adequate crop yields.
Economists predict that retail food prices will rise 4% next year, on top of the 4% rise this year. And record heat waves and floods this past year, decimating crops across the world, could add to price rises.
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