Grocery shopping thrifty

October 29, 1929, the stock market crashed. Banks failed. People lost everything. Families were hungry. Some adults even sold their children. Men jumped from their business offices, plunging to their deaths. It was a dark time here in America. My grandparents were children at the time, and they had to make do. Ask nearly anyone who lives through that time. Being Thrifty was not just an option, it was the way to feed your children, a way to get through the day. Food Waste According to a survey by the American Chemistry Council, the average household wastes $640 of food every year. That averages out toRead More →