Cross-shopping

Remember when running to the store simply meant that?

Grocery shopping has become complicated! Kids have so much input on what we buy, it’s hard to keep track of individual preferences. Plus, children seem to change those preferences weekly based on what’s worth trading at the lunch table.

Simply filling the pantry requires active thinking and planning around busy schedules, value, convenience and oh yes, there are budget and nutrition concerns, too. Cross-shopping multiple stores might increase quality and menu options while reducing cost, but it certainly is exhausting.

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