A father-of-two has revealed how he makes a £2 food shop last him six months.
The savvy shopper is a big fan of buying items with yellow stickers on them.
Supermarkets put the stickers on foods that are reduced, and often it can be because they're near their sell-by date.
Al Baker, 46, has revealed his genius wallet-friendly tips and tricks on how he makes these foods last.
As well as yellow sticker items, he also recommends growing your own produce and 'canning' things to make them last longer, Birmingham Live reports.
Al managed to grab 36 packs of tomatoes and six large onions on a yellow sticker deal for just £2.03.
link source - Leicester Mercury