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    Default What do you spend on your food shopping each week?

    Wow, subbing as I only just complained this weekend about the cost of my groceries going up.

    Some weeks I'm spending nearly $200 just on DS 16mths and myself. I have no idea where it's all going!

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    Between $250-$300 a week, my budget is $300 but we can go over. I like to keep it under $250 but that depends on if we need nappies.

    Eta. I shop at coles and that's for 2 adults and 3 children (hubby is fifo and does a 9:5 roster).
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    Anywhere from 150-250 depending on whether I'm due to buy nappies, cleaning stuff etc That's for 2 adults, a 4yo, a 2yo and an 8mo.

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    Forgot to say I shop at coles

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    i spend approximately $450 a week on shopping. that is everything including washing powder etc. for 10 people

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    Default What do you spend on your food shopping each week?

    $80 for one adult and two toddlers.

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    Default What do you spend on your food shopping each week?

    $200 a week. 2 adults and toddler.

    No take aways and includes most lunches.

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    Default Re: What do you spend on your food shopping each week?

    Between $150-180. If you can shop for the basics at aldi you'll save heaps.

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    Default What do you spend on your food shopping each week?

    Had anyone tried that "groceryrun" app/website?

    I just used it yesterday because they had blueberry poptarts I've been craving lol.

    I had a scroll through at other things and it looked pretty good. Delivery is capped at $11. Curious what other people think

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    Default What do you spend on your food shopping each week?

    Quote Originally Posted by ToonZie View Post
    Had anyone tried that "groceryrun" app/website?

    I just used it yesterday because they had blueberry poptarts I've been craving lol.

    I had a scroll through at other things and it looked pretty good. Delivery is capped at $11. Curious what other people think
    Used it. Ok for some things like cheap nappies. A lot of the stuff has a short expiry.

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