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    I'd easily spend $200 a week for 2 adults, 4yo, 7mo, and dog. $65 of that is our fruit and veg box and organic milk, yoghurt and eggs.

    The rest I spend at Cole's or woollies in the week. I don't buy nappies (mcns) and rarely get cleaning products. We eat Australian fish, organic chicken, and some red meat once a week each at least.

    And there's always a block of chocolate in the trolley!

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    We spent $500 weekly, but only eat organic.

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    $200 a week for 2 adults, 2 year old DD, newborn DD and 1 dog

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    Too much!! Don't you think the cost of groceries is just getting ridiculous. We spend about $300 for a family of 5, kids are age 3, 1 & 4 months (so no cost only BF).

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    Quote Originally Posted by amesv View Post
    Too much!! Don't you think the cost of groceries is just getting ridiculous. We spend about $300 for a family of 5, kids are age 3, 1 & 4 months (so no cost only BF).
    I really do think that prices are going up. i cant believe how much we spend sometimes and there doesn't seem to be that much in the trolley. From my experience, you can def save by buying staples at aldi and getting fruit and veg and a fresh produce market.

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    About $100-150 per week, including nappies.

    We eat all our food from home and very rarely buy take-away or eat out, although tend to buy my lunch at work a couple of times a week now that I'm back at work which is another $20.

    Just me and baboo, cat and dog.


 

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