Buying Food

Don't sacrifice nutrition trying to save on food costs.

It's a difficult time for the nation's dinner table. Food prices from both grocery stories and restaurants is going up in price. According to the National Restaurant Association, eggs are up 220% in the past 12 months; butter 51%; flour 40%. On average, U.S. households experienced an 18% increase in the price of food from April 2021 to April 2022. We may not be able to control the increases, but we can help you get the most nutritional quality your family deserves with the money you have to spend. Try these ideas for stretching your food dollars.