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8 Most and Least Expensive States for Grocery Shopping

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Let’s talk about grocery shopping!

If you’ve read any of our articles, you probably know that we’ve talked about grocery shopping quite a few times. Whether it was about how to save money next time you go on a food shopping adventure or about supermarkets and the deals they offer, we’ve got some subjects covered, so if you want to read more, check our website.

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but food and basic living costs are the most expensive things in our lives. But we have to eat. Well, believe it or not, quite a few people consider this factor when it comes to settling down.

Of course, the cost of rent, mortgage, utilities, overall bills, and the possibilities of things to do are also important when it comes to choosing a place to live, especially when you’re a retiree, but that’s not all.

The average grocery costs are significantly different across the states of the US. Oklahoma, for example, is the place where your wallet will be very, very happy when you go grocery shopping, while the stores in New York City are more likely to make you sad when you see their price tags.

I got extremely curious about this topic, so I checked out the food costs by state, so I can give you some insights regarding the 8 most and least expensive states in the United States to go grocery shopping. If that’s something that interests you as well, keep reading!

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