Grocery stores and food companies are doing a combination of reducing serving sizes and increasing prices so you really have to check price / oz.
Fajitas at the Mexican restaurant no longer come with sour cream, cheese or jalepenos...they are now “extras”.
Milk is 3x as expensive as gasoline now. Cereal boxes are smaller.
Bags of chips are now 97% air (up from an adjusted for inflation 93%).
Rant over... no receipts.
Milk is 3x as expensive as gasoline now-——
You are paying $12 a gallon for milk?
It gives you the price per ounce etc on everything so you can compare shop. Easy to find the true lowest price.
Many times the brand names are cheaper than store brands, and small packages/cans are often cheaper than large sized items.
Those making low wages, or $15. an hour or less, are financially dead.
I was out this morning and just paid $2.99 for a gallon of 2% milk and saw that a gallon of regular gas was $4.35.9. Guess I got lucky.
I’m paying a $1.98/gallon for milk at Sam’s. That’s one thing that hasn’t sky rocketed...yet.