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As inflation skyrockets, CEO of supermarket chain shares 3 ways to protect your wallet
Stew Leonard CEO’s 3 tips for cutting costs at the supermarket
Stew Leonard, Jr., CEO and president of Stew Leonard’s supermarkets, shared three tips for cutting costs as inflation reaches a 40-year high.
Inflation may be taking a large chunk out of consumers' wallets, but the CEO of one grocery store chain said shoppers can do three things to save money with consumer prices reaching 40-year highs.
"There's always items on sale every week: eggs, ribeye steak, etc. Try to buy on-sale and then freeze stuff," Stew Leonard, Jr., president and CEO of the Stew Leonard's told FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo on "Mornings with Maria" Monday.
Stew Leonard's opened its doors more than 50 years ago and has grown to be the "World's Largest Dairy Store" and thriving grocery business with annual sales of nearly $500 million, according to its website. Based in Norwalk, Connecticut, the family-run supermarket chain also has several locations in New York and New Jersey.