By Dorothy Foltz-Gray
You'll avoid impulse buys of junk food and shop faster. The longer you take, the more you'll spend, says Amanda Yates, marketing director at Food on the Table, a web application that plans meals and grocery lists. And leave the kids and spouse at home, especially if they're hungry, or you'll spend more time and money.
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