Virginia is most expensive state for grocery shoppers
WASHINGTON (WJLA) - Planning a big grocery trip to stock up on essentials for your Thanksgiving meal? You might want to think about doing your shopping in Maryland instead of Virginia.
A new study shows that Virginia shoppers pay more for their groceries than their counterparts in any other state, according to DietsInReview.com. The groceries required to cook and serve a healthy meal runs shoppers an average of $27.48, almost twice the national average of $14.99.
Maryland shoppers pay slightly less than the national average for that same bag of groceries, shelling out $14.09. The study did not include the District.
See the info-graphic below with information from each state on grocery costs: