Eating on a budget doesn't mean living on tinned beans and toast. Healthy food doesn't always need to be expensive.
Eating and shoppig on a budget starts with planning!
Before you get to the shops, have a plan of your meals and snacks for the week.
2. Stock take
Check what foods and supplies you already have and which you need to buy more of.
3. Always shop with a list
Don't rely on memory, you will most likely get distracted and end up buying unnecessary things.
4. Shop around
Don't shop hungry! This is one of the main reasons we buy junk foods and snacks we really don't need, but it looks nice at the time, because we are hungry. The local butcher and green grocer probably have better deals than chain supermarkets.
5. Do some price checking between your local shops, see which are better for buying fresh produce, meat, boxed goods etc.
6. Buy fruits and veg that are in season
These are more likely to be cheaper than when they need to be imported out of season.