Seemingly everywhere you turn at the supermarket, the cost of food is increasing.
According to the University of Guelph's Food Institute, food inflation cost the average Canadian household $325 in 2015, and will likely top that number this year.
With that in mind, any sort of escape from high grocery prices could feel like a relief.
CTV's Tyler Calver is taking a look at what you can do to lower your weekly grocery bills.
He's talking to price-matchers and coupon clippers about what you can do before heading to the store, and other experts about what to do once you're there.
Use the video player above to watch the series.