Monday, September 19, 2016

Prices for Price Regulated Foods

It's that time of year again. When we are all trying to recover from summer vacation (when many, many people overspend), and the Holidays are just ahead.

This is a good time to check out the list of price controlled foods, and make sure you're not overpaying for something. Or you could switch from a pricey food to some of these regulated foods for a while, in an effort to save money.

So, here is the updated list of regulated food prices.





The price for eggs sold in other size cartons (18 or 30) would be according to the same scale as above. So, for a carton of 18 Large eggs, the maximum price is 17.18nis

There's always talk of adding items to the list (like fresh vegetables) or making changes (like swapping whole wheat bread for the white bread), but for now, this is the list of price-regulated foods.

If your store is overcharging for any of these items (check to be sure they are in fact the price-regulated item and not a premium version) - you can report the store to the proper authority using this online form.

Hope this helps you save more money, and don't forget to follow me on Facebook for more tips!

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