Top 10 Cheapest Grocery Stores

Savings money on groceries is becoming more important than ever, with inflation increasing at rates not seen in decades. Unfortunately, many Americans already live paycheck-to-paycheck and cannot withstand increases in grocery prices. For families struggling or looking for ways to save money, one alternative might be to consider changing grocery stores.


Aldi is a no-frills shopping experience that offers high-quality food, timely customer service, everyday low prices, and a similar store layout for quick and easy shopping. Aldi stores are located all across the country, but primarily in the midwest and along the east coast. West of Kansas, you can only find Aldi stores in California and Arizona.

Market Basket

Market Basket is a 100-year-old grocery chain in the Northeast. Market Basket operates 90 stores within four states - 53 locations in its home state of Massachusetts, 33 local stores in New Hampshire, two stores in Maine, and two stores in Rhode Island.

WinCo Foods

WinCo Foods is a privately held, primarily employee-owned supermarket chain. WinCo is based out of Boise, ID, and has locations in eight other states in the western half of the United States. WinCo has 136 retail stores, six distribution centers, and more than 20,000 employees.

Food 4 Less

Food 4 Less is the name of several grocery store chains, many owned by Kroeger. Several Food 4 Less stores are scattered throughout the United States, including Falley's, Nugget, and Fleming. However, the primary location of Food 4 Less stores is on the West Coast.

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