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There was also a recent study that showed grocery bills in NYC were actually less expensive than most other metro areas. I've noticed the same thing after moving from Brooklyn to the middle of nowhere. I paid less at Fairway than I do here, and Fairway had a much better selection.



Citation needed. Google seems to say that's the opposite of true.

The anecdotal warning goes double here, because the NYC lifestyle deemphasizes groceries.


I've bought groceries exactly once in the 7 months I've lived in NYC. It's just too damned convenient to go on SeamlessWeb.


http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/05/26/columbia-study-finds-...

Anecdotally, I recently took a road trip across the southwest and Fairway was cheaper than similar stores in Tucson, Flagstaff, Moab and Boulder. In Minneapolis things got cheap again but in Northern MN/ND they are about the same (as NYC).


That's not surprising in the southwest, due to transportation costs.




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