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    Default How much is your grocery bill?

    How much?
    How many people in your family?
    *Exclude nappies and formula

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    $200-$250
    2 adults 2 boys 2 and 1.
    We shop at ALDI nappies and pull ups once a month.
    I meal plan to keep to budget.

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    Depends on specials I like to base my meals in specials. But anywhere between $130 -160 excluding nappies. Feeds 4 for a week plus builds our chest freezer. So every couple of week I don't have to shop at all other then some milk and bread



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    Around $200-$250 a week for 2 adults and 3 children.

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    $260-330 a fortnight- including all top ups of milk and bread for 2 adults and 2 toddlers (1 baby but he's breast fed) and 2 kids who are with us only on weekends

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    Should add that it I have 3 ravenous boys to feed lol

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    I spend $200 - $400 a month but I get free veggies

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    Anywhere between $70 and $120 a week including meat and veg and that's for 2 adults and a 4 year old

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    We spend no more than $200 a fortnight, depends of we need toiletries or if we need meat. It's usually around $170 with the lowest being about $140. That's for DP and I

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    I have no idea how you guys do it! I spend $200 on me & dp. Then buy formula & nappies .

    I think I need your tips!

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