1 . Buy In Bulk
You can save a lot of money with a membership to a club store such as Costco. If you don't want to pay for a membership, many regular grocery stores offer family packs or club size items as well. Keep an eye out for those "stock up and save" promotions as well.
2 . Bargain Hunt
This is worth making the extra time for.
- Look at flyers to find sales
- Visit clearance racks
- Price match
- Take advantage of discount produce with minor imperfections
- Buy private label brands
3 . Frequent Discount Stores
There are actually a lot of places you can find gluten-free food with a price cut.
Almost Perfect deals directly with major manufacturers. Prices are kept cheap as items are the result of overproduction, cosmetic imperfections and or packaging changes.
Marshalls, HomeSense and Winners sell brand name gluten-free items at 20%-60% less than you would see in other stores.
Dollaramma has many gluten-free items including cereal, snacks and beverages.
4 . Use Coupons
There are several ways to find coupons for gluten-free items. Some companies offer printable coupons direct from their website. Signing up for an email newsletter is another great way to get coupons. You can also visit the sites below, to either print coupons and or have them mailed to your home.
5 . Shop Online
There is an abundance of gluten-free shopping to be done online! Many online retailers even offer free shipping with a minimum order. Not sure where to get gluten-free goods online? Read up on Where To Find Gluten-Free Groceries Online here.
6 . Use Your Freezer
Once a month, prepare several freezer friendly meals. If you don't have time to do that, make a little bit extra with every meal. This way, you will have food to put aside for freezing. Having something available that can be effortlessly popped in the oven will save you money in the long run. By transforming leftovers, you will also be less tempted to head out to eat.
7 . Look For Naturally Gluten-Free Food
8 . Keep Those Receipts
Canadian's who have been diagnosed with Celiac can submit a Doctor's note with their taxes. They can then claim the incremental cost of gluten-free food as a medical expense every tax season. Please visit the Canada Revenue Agency for more information.
9 . Grow Your Own Produce
There are several benefits to starting a garden.
- Taking care of a garden involves exercise and time outdoors
- You will be more likely to eat healthy
- It's a great family activity
- You will learn something
- Gardening is a great way to relax
- You will also save money
About the Author
I'm Sandra and I write about my real life experiences in a sometimes not so Celiac friendly world.This includes those everyday adventures that coincide with being gluten-free. I also openly share all those ups and downs that come with living life free from gluten.
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