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    $250 a week, includes nappies (these are only $11 at Aldi though) and a big bag of dog food which is about $32 every 3-4 weeks.
    We don't each much processed food so the majority of the expense is fruit & veg and meat.

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    $200 a week give or take.
    2 x adults & 2 x kids (both in nappies)

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    Around $100-$150 depending on whether I'm having to restock staples. 2 adults and 1 child.

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    $350 f/n for 2 adults and 3yo. No expense for ds yet as he is only 5mths and exclusively bf. Also have a guinea pig so need hay and a few veggies

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    $250-$300 per week for 4 people, 1 in nappies. This does not include the dog food or the formula DS is on. I buy lots of fresh fruit and veg each week.
    Last edited by New Hope; 11-03-2015 at 16:02.

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    Default Budgeting, how much do you spend on groceries per week.

    $90 a week for 2 adults and a 9 month old for all food and household products, plus $75 a fortnight for nappies and formula.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SheWarrior View Post
    About $350-$400 a month for a family of 2 adults, 1 teen, 4 kids, 2 cats and a dog. That includes 4 lots of nappies (2 youngest are still in nappies full time, 2 older kids in nappies at night), formula etc. Plus top ups fortnightly of bread, milk, meat and school food (usually spend between $100-150 a fortnight max).
    How do you do it she warrior!! Would love some tips. We have a $300 a fortnight max budget usually a $200-250 fortnight shop with the extra money for milk bread etc top ups and toiletries etc. For 2 adults, 2 toddlers and a baby almost here! And 2 dogs.

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    About $300 a week for 2 adults, 2 older kids that eat like adults, 1 baby, (2 nights a fortnight 2x inlaws), 4 cats and 1 medium sized dog.

    We spend 30-40 a week on fresh fruit and veg, 50 a week on meat, 150 a week at costco and 30-50 a week on staples at the supermarket.

    I could go cheaper but i grew up in a house with nothing to eat so i am a bit of a food hoarder and keep a month supply of food, toiletries and cleaning products as back up.

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    Approximately $120-150 a week. Two adults, one toddler who doesn't eat much.

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    About $250 a fortnight for 2 adults and a small dog. We tend to eat out a lot due to our long work hours and lack of motivation to cook, so we admittedly waste a lot of food. I'm hoping to become a bit better with this when I'm on maternity leave. We worked out that we spend on average $200 a week on eating out/buying lunches. Yikes.


 

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