Grocery food prices are at an all time high, with the average Canadian family spending $1,357 per month on groceries.  To help trim expenses while maintaining a healthy shopping list, Chef Will Coleman shared his “6 to 1” grocery shopping method, focusing on buying six healthy items for every less-healthy item.

This method encourages a balance between healthy and indulgent choices and helps shoppers focus on healthier options in the store.  Popular food blogger Ross Yoder tried the method and found that it cut his grocery bill in half while encouraging smarter meal planning.  Have you tried the “six to one” grocery shopping method?