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Cutting grocery costs takes common sense and effort

Tried-and-true advice works best for reducing food expenses

2:19 PM, Apr. 26, 2013
Maximize your food dollars by throwing away less food. Americans toss 40 percent of their food every year, the equivalent of $165 billion, according to the National Resources Defense Council.
Maximize your food dollars by throwing away less food. Americans toss 40 percent of their food every year, the equivalent of $165 billion, according to the National Resources Defense Council.
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Two farm wives met up with Karen Dickrell in Madison recently.

"I asked them, 'When are you going to start planting?'" said Dickrell, family living educator and department head at the University of Wisconsin Extension in Outagamie County. "They just laughed and said, 'When is it going to stop snowing?' Last year at this time farmers were already working up the fields."

The cost of food is heavily dependent on weather. Costs also escalate with rising transportation fees and fuel. ...

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