SOS Cuisine recommended once more on Radio-Canada’s TV show L’Épicerie
Canadians are expected to pay more at the grocery store in 2013, especially for meat and eggs, according to a forecast by University of Guelph researchers. General food expenditures will increase between 1.5% and 3.5%, which means that a family of 2 adults and 2 kids, spending about $280 per week, should expect to spend close to $500 more this year.
Hence, it is even more important to ‘buy smart’. On January 9th, Radio-Canada’s influential TV program l’Épicerie, followed the Vallières-Beauregard family to the supermarket and met with budgeting adviser Olga Cherezova, in order to learn about the best saving tips (Watch the video, in French)
Their recommendation is to plan ahead, taking advantage of the flyer specials and cook at home, with the help of SOS Cuisine!
Our heartfelt thanks to L’Épicerie for recommending once more our service to all their viewers. Their first endorsement dates back to 2007, when they presented the “SOS Cuisine formula” to their audience. We are very proud of having helped over 300.000 Canadians save millions of dollars, since then, with our “Eating well, made easy” service.
In the video below, SOSCuisine is mentioned explicitly between 1m47s and 4m15s. Enjoy the show!
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