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How much does the average family spend on groceries in one week?

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Usually between 100.00 and 500.00 but in all honesty it depends on how big your family is and what kind of food you buy. Buying for a one-person family is very different from a 12 person family, and buying boxes of macaroni or cans of soup or tuna is very different from buying steaks and caviar.

According to the USDA the average cost for two people on a very thrifty budget is $90/week. If they are on a very liberal budget, it is closer to $180/week.

For a family of 4, the thrifty quote is about $150/week and the liberal is about $300/week.

[The USDA information is from USDA.gov, and the most recent numbers they have are from July 2014.]
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How much does the average family of 7 spend of groceries a week?

We have 7 in our family, 2 adults and 5 children, ages 10-9 months. We spend about $500 a month on all groceries and toiletries. We do not do formula or pre-made baby food,

What is the average spending on groceries for a family of six?

in Australia it is constantly rising, but as it is known that the average spending on groceries for a family of three per week is known to be $500 you could double this to get