FOOD ~ June 2015

Published July 3, 2015   Posted in Budgets

As you may have seen from the June budget, we went slightly over this month on food. Not too bad considering the haul of farmer fresh produce we got from the farmers market. So no complaints.

Anyway, here is where the money went:

— Groceries: $309.64–

Fruits and Veggies: $178.78

Canned Goods: $52.55

Vegan ‘Meat’: $15.31

Meat, Seafood and Dairy: $5.56 (much more normal spending here for us than last month)

Dry Goods: $57.79

Alcohol: $0.00  moved this into our fun money purchases.

House Supplies: $ We are now accounting for this cost in our household budget.

Minus 35 cents from our bag credits. Gotta love a little extra savings 😉

— Comments —

Over 50% on fruits and veggies as is the norm. Nothing new which is good 🙂 Settling into a good rhythm it seems.

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6 responses to “FOOD ~ June 2015”

  1. Given how healthily you guys eat, that’s still an impressively low number! Keep up the great work.

  2. SavvyJames says:

    That appears to be a very reasonable amount spent on groceries. Nice!

  3. The DJ says:

    That’s not a high grocery spending at all! Have you looked at the split between fruits vs. vegetables? I always find that fruits cost more (mostly because they tend to weigh more) than the vegetables. I try to buy more vegetables than fruits now for that reason – it’s probably better for you too!

    • Steve says:

      We do buy significantly more veggies than fruits too. It is true that most fruits cost more than most veggies, but of course there are exceptions.

      Thanks for reading! 🙂

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