Food can get very expensive. So, lately, people have been sharing helpful tips to save money when it comes to shopping on a budget. And if you're a grocery store employee, perhaps you have secrets not everyone knows about when it comes to saving money on groceries.
So, grocery store employees, now's your time to shine: What are your best tips and hacks to save money on food?
Like, maybe customers rarely grab damaged items that are *still* good — and people can ask for discounts on them (if they're not already discounted).
Perhaps you'd recommend people download store apps or other apps to get the latest deals — and you also have advice on stacking coupons.
Maybe there are specific days of the week where certain items are typically on sale.
Or perhaps there are products you'd suggest buying generic brands for that are still great quality.
We want to hear your advice! If you're a grocery store employee, tell us your best tips to save money on food that more people should know. Or, if you prefer to remain anonymous, feel free to use this Google form. The best responses will be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.