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    if I can afford it at the checkout or not, if we like the taste and its not total junk in the entire trolley,

    my concerns may change once Im not pushing to get through week to week but for now its aboutfood in their bellies

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    Default spinoff What factors do you consider when buying groceries

    I am biased, I work for a large FMCG supplier so I try to only buy brands.
    I will buy private label for flour or sugar but that's about it.

    As for priority - taste is no 1 for us.

    Aus made is important but not a mandatory.

    Try to avoid buying products with preservatives, colours or flavours.

    We have just gone down to 1 income with me on mat leave so price I am sure will play a factor but I will try pre plan as much as possible.
    I am happy to pay a bit more for a product / brand I love.

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    In no particular order:
    -Price
    -Minimally processed/minimal ingredients
    -In processed, sugar & salt content
    -Local produce and/or local businesses
    -Australian
    -Ethical
    -Taste
    -Freshness
    -Convenience

    I think our top ones would be price, overall healthy diet and local


 

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