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Grocery List by Department – Make Grocery Shopping Easy and Efficient

Part of running a household involves meal planning and grocery shopping.  You’ll find that you’re more efficient if you head to the grocery store with a list of items.  Our Grocery List is organized by the main departments of the grocery store.  By grouping the items together, you’ll be sure pick up the items you need without back-tracking for missed items.

printable grocery list by department

Grocery List by Department

Tips on using the Grocery List by Department:

  • Keep a copy of the Grocery List posted on your fridge.  If you run out of an item, just add it to the list.
  • When you sit down to plan your meals for the week, add the items you need to buy.
  • Review the store flyer.  Add any sale items you need for this week, or for your pantry.
  • The major departments of the store are included on the list:
    • Fruit
    • Veggies
    • Deli / Bread
    • Seafood / Meat
    • Cereal / Coffee
    • Pasta / Condiments
    • Dry Goods
    • Baby / Pet
    • Paper Goods
    • Dairy
    • Frozen

There’s also a section to remind you to:

  • get cash when paying with your debit card
  • pick up any prescriptions at the store pharmacy
  • select flowers, balloons, house plants from the floral section

Our Grocery List by Department
is now available as an
Editable Printable

We’ve included:

  • a regular editable grocery list
  • an editable grocery list for a large family AND
  • a video of how to use EDITABLE forms on your cell phone!

Read more about the details in our article:
Editable Grocery List by Department

We hope you find the Grocery List by Department helpful.  By using the list, you’ll be in and out of the store in no time, without forgetting anything.

Need more help getting organized?

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