Several Texas Cities Among Most Affordable For Groceries

Couple in the supermarket

Where are the most affordable places in the country to buy groceries? It turns out some Texas cities rank high on the list. According to a survey from, Temple ranks top on the list at roughly 24 percent below the national average. Waco came in second place, followed by Round Rock in fourth and Harlingen rounding out the top five. McAllen was ranked 6th, San Marcos 8th and Wichita Falls rounds out the Top 10. Honolulu, Hawaii has the highest grocery prices at nearly 70 percent above the national average.

Most Affordable cities for groceries:

  1. Temple, Texas
  2. Waco, Texas
  3. Kalamazoo, Michigan
  4. Round Rock, Texas
  5. Harlingen, Texas
  6. McAllen, Texas
  7. Lynchburg, Virginia
  8. San Marcos, Texas
  9. Salina, Kansas
  10. Wichita Falls, Texas
  11. Corpus Christi, Texas
  12. Louisville, Kentucky
  13. Lexington, Kentucky
  14. Tupelo, Mississippi
  15. Benton Harbor, Michigan

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