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www.fns.usda.gov/cnpp/usda-food-plans-cost-food-reports-monthly-reports

The Food Plans represent a nutritious diet at four different cost levels. The nutritional bases of the Food Plans are the 1997-2005 Dietary Reference Intakes, 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and 2005 MyPyramid food intake recommendations. In addition to cost, differences among plans are in specific foods and quantities of foods.

www.thesimpledollar.com/save-money/whats-an-appropriate-home-food-budget-for-a...

In my recent article about having a weekly cheap supper night, I made a simple statement without realizing what an uproar it would cause.Basically, I said that the average food bill for our family of four was around $770 per month. This works out to around $2.07 worth of food per person, per meal.

growingslower.com/how-much-should-you-budget-for-groceries

How Much Should You Budget for Groceries? Check out this grocery spending guideline to see how much you should be spending (and how much you could be saving) on groceries per month. Includes a chart to help you calculate your ideal grocery spending based on family size, ages, and genders.

thehumblepenny.com/how-we-live-well-on-a-50-a-week-food-budget

The food budget is one area that most people find difficult to challenge for savings. Whilst chatting with a friend, she mentioned to me that her food budget is £200 ($260)/week. I nearly fell off my seat because we live on a fraction of that and happen to also be a family of 4.

www.thekitchn.com/how-a-food-budget-got-us-out-of-debt-and-4-steps-to-help-you...

If we’re really going to have a great food budget, then it helps to have a great life budget. Start with your income. Once you’ve subtracted your regular expenses (mortgage/rent, utilities, phone, transportation), you’ll have a number to work with adjustable expenses like food, clothing, and entertainment.

www.epi.org/resources/budget

EPI’s Family Budget Calculator measures the income a family needs in order to attain a modest yet adequate standard of living. The budgets estimate community-specific costs for 10 family types (one or two adults with zero to four children) in all counties and metro areas in the United States.

pocketsense.com/average-food-budget-family-four-3469.html

The USDA provides a monthly budget recommendation for a family of four with two adults aged 19 to 50 years and two children, one between 2 and 3 and one between 4 and 5 years old. For 2012, the monthly cost of food for such a family using the USDA's liberal food plan would have been $1,067.30 per month.

www.mumsnet.com/family-food/budget-family-food

There's a knack to getting delicious, healthy food on the table every day without blowing the budget. Mumsnetters show how low-cost family food can be every bit as good as a Michelin-star blowout.

www.frugalfarmwife.com/article/our-40-weekly-grocery-budget-for-a-family-of-four

A lot of you have asked about our exact grocery budget, so today, I’m sharing our $40 weekly grocery budget for our family of four. So guys. I was recalculating our budget at the beginning of the month as usual, and it hit me: once we get moved into our new debt-free house and therefore stop paying rent, we will easily be able to live on $1,500 a month or less – much less than we projected ...

dontwastethecrumbs.com/frugal-grocery-budget

Having a frugal grocery budget allowed us to pay off debt & buy a house in cash.We also eat real food.Our spending is low & we’ve never been healthier! Several years ago my husband and I cut our monthly expenses in half.We randomly set a grocery budget of $400 a month for the two of us based on what we were spending.