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Seek vegan products by avoiding brand name storefronts

Eating healthier while on a budget is possible. Being a vegan, or a vegetarian, is also possible. In fact, it may even save you money to do so. We all know that eating healthy costs more when we shop at whole foods stores, however there are alternatives to eating healthy and staying within our budgets. Shopping at the stores listed below will not only save you money, but will also allow you to eat more of the healthier foods that will allow your body to look and feel great.

The 99 cents stores, and dollar tree, are inexpensive locations when in search of healthier foods and being cost effective with your purchases.

Yes, I am encouraging you to walk into these stores, but hear me out.

When you arrive, you must only have 20 to 30 dollars in your pocket. The first thing you must do is go straight to the produce section; you will notice that they offer a wide variety of produce from apples, grapes, tomatoes and bananas. Their produce section can also include lettuce, cauliflower, potatoes, and even cucumbers. They also even sell frozen fruits and vegetables.

Another important thing you must remember is to speak with someone who works there and ask them when they receive their shipments. This way you get the freshest foods at the cheapest price.

Another store to consider is Costco or smart and final. If you are able to buy certain things in bulk such as rice, beans, and oatmeal this will also save you plenty of money and allow you to live a better life.

There are many places you can go to find vegan products that meet your budget. All it takes is knowing where to look.

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