I’m wondering…what’s the median monthly grocery bill for anyone living in North America? I guess the expense will vary, depending on where you live.
I’m a single guy, and I have noticed I spent almost $200 each month on grocery in the past two years (ie, after I graduated from university). In contrast, I spent around $150 each month when I was in university (years 2003 to 2007). My grocery bills consist of dining-outs and expenses from anything that I buy at grocery stores; ie, foods, personal hygiene stuff, household cleaning stuff, etc.
Do I spend too much?!?! ò.ó Is there any way to cut down the grocery bill further?
If I alone spend about $200 each month on grocery, how much do a couple spend? Or, a family of 3, 4, 5, 6? Here is an updated statistics for grocery bills across Canada.