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Learn How to Stretch Your Meat Dollar with a Free AMI Brochure

Updated on March 12, 2011

Are you looking for a way to stretch your grocery dollar as far as it will go? Certainly everyone is feeling the pinch brought on by increases in grocery prices. Feeding a family on a budget is more difficult now than ever, so it's certainly a great idea to try to learn everything you can about how to make the most of your grocery budget.

Free Brochure: Stretching Your Meat Dollar

While there's not much you can do about how much food costs in the store, you can certainly benefit from making changes to the way you shop and plan your family's meals.

To help consumers learn how to make the most of their grocery budges, the American Meat Institute has published a free consumer brochure called "Stretching Your Meat Dollar". Anyone can download the free consumer brochure from

The document is packed with valuable tips that consumers can use to help keep their grocery costs under control while still being able to prepare healthful, meat dishes for their family members to enjoy. The brochure includes practical suggestions that make sense for anyone who is responsible for managing their family's food budget to follow.

Some of the suggestions in the "Stretching Your Meat Dollar" brochure are probably things that you already know about and may already do. However, you're also likely to find some new ideas that can have a positive impact on your budget and the quality of the meals that you are able to prepare for your loved ones.

It's certainly worth a few minutes of your time to download and read the brochure. You just might find that there are a few simple adjustments you can make to your approach to shopping that can really make a difference in your bottom line.

Examples of Money Saving Tips

A few of the tips you'll find in "Stretching Your Meat Dollar" include:

  • Join frequent shopper programs at your favorite grocery retailers
  • Plan ahead for leftovers to reduce waste
  • Purchase and divide value packages of meat
  • Shop for cuts of meat that provide the greatest value per dollar
  • Use coupons from a variety of sources

The above list represents just a few of the money saving shopping and meal preparation suggestions you'll find in the "Stretching Your Meat Dollar" document. For more great ideas, simply download the free brochure.

Additional Cost Cutting Tips
In addition to shopping tips and suggestions, "Stretching Your Meat Dollar" also includes several excellent recipes that provide readers with detailed instructions for making delicious meals from low cost cuts of meat and suggestions for using leftovers to create new meals on subsequent days.


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