3 Ways to Cut Down on Kosher Food Cost

by Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator

Do you eat kosher? If you do, then chances are that you've noticed how expensive food can be, especially if you need to buy it in a specific supermarket at home or when you’re traveling or kosher touring. Buying your food at a Jewish grocery store usually means that they charge a premium because they know the demand is there. However, eating kosher doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg.

Grow your own food

One way to cut down on kosher food costs is by growing your own vegetables and herbs at home. You can even get started on a small space in your backyard or a pot on your balcony! Growing your own food has many benefits, including better taste and quality control, but it also allows you to save money by avoiding the markup that comes with buying kosher foods at the store. 

Buy in bulk

If you're looking to save money on kosher food, purchase your items in bulk! This way, you'll have enough to last you a while and avoid the need to buy more frequently. Kosher food often comes in larger packages than non-kosher food, which means it's less expensive per ounce or pound. If you have a large family, this tip is especially helpful!

Shop strategically

Don’t forget to shop strategically. When you're looking for deals, it's important to do your research ahead of time. Look for sales and specials, especially on a kosher holiday, on your favorite kosher foods and stock up when they're at their lowest prices. Once you've found some products that are on sale, it's time to start planning meals around those deals! Moreover, look for coupons or rewards programs at your local grocery store. Many stores offer special deals on kosher items, so if you're willing to make the effort to find them, you could definitely save some cash.

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