Amerifags, what's the place you guys usually buy your groceries and get the best value for your money? Walmart is pretty good, but it has no fucking variety, I had to go to fucking publix because they didn't have fucking kale, flax seeds, and the people in walmart looked at me like a retard when I asked where the chard is.
Whole Foods :^)
On the real though, Market Basket has the best combination of variety and prices. Aldi and Costco are both great for the money but I dislike shopping at them.
And if you don't eat a lot of meat and cook tons of stuff you can get from the bulk bins (they're called bulk for a reason), Whole Foods isn't that bad and has awesome variety.
Right now I shop at WinCo and I like it a lot but it's only in western states.
Also some Walmarts have a bigger selection of food than others. Mine has a decent selection of veggies (incl. kale & chard) but it's also fucking massive
Not if I'm willing to pay it for service and selection. It works for me because I avoid restaurants like the plague, don't drink at all and don't eat much meat, so even with the higher prices I spend way less on food than most people despite being extremely active and 6', 205.
Trader Joe's. A bunch of organic good stuff and very decently priced, not many things go over $5. Also the only place that carries big cartons of the brand of soy milk I get (I'm lactose intolerant). Only problem is a bunch of hippies and weebs shop there
If you support the local farmers, which I do, you get much better prices and can buy in bulk all while spending less than a 100 dollars a week, instead of spending triple in shit like Wholefoods, and also feel good about supporting the farmers directly.
It's a bit of a drive (25 minutes) but it's worth it, learn to spend your money kid.
$100 is an average grocery bill per week for me at Whole Foods, and it's a block from my apartment. Local farmers can get fucked if they're gonna set up shop all the way across town in a neighborhood with terrible parking.