2020 Cost of Living Calculator for Food and Groceries:
Johns Creek, Georgia and Concord, California

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Food & Groceries in Concord, California are 6.0% more expensive than Johns Creek, Georgia

Cost of Living IndexesJohns Creek, GAConcord, CADifference
Food & Groceries Overall103.4109.66.0% more
Ready to eat, snacks, beverages
100 = National Average (Below 100 means cheaper than the US average. Above 100 means more expensive.) About our Cost of Living Index
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Food & Grocery PricesJohns Creek, GAConcord, CAUS Avg.
Flour, white, all purpose, 5 lb.
Rice, white, uncooked, per lb.
Spaghetti and macaroni, per lb.
Bread, whole wheat, pan, per lb.
Ground beef, 100% beef, per lb.
Chuck roast, USDA Choice, boneless, per lb.
Steak, sirloin, USDA Choice, boneless, per lb.
Bacon, sliced, per lb.
Chops, center cut, bone-in, per lb.
Ham, boneless, per lb.
Chicken, fresh, whole, per lb.
Chicken breast, boneless, per lb.
Chicken legs, per lb.
Eggs, grade A, Large, per doz.
Milk, fresh, whole, per gal.
Butter, salted, grade AA, stick, per lb.
Cheddar cheese, natural, per lb.
Ice Cream, per 1/2 gal.
Bananas, per lb.
Oranges, Navel, per lb.
Grapes, Thompson Seedless, per lb.
Lemons, per lb.
Potatoes, white, per lb.
Lettuce, iceberg, per lb.
Tomatoes, fresh, per lb.
Sugar, white, per lb.
Margarine, soft tub, per lb.
Coffee, 100%, ground roast, per lb.
Beer, domestic, 6-pack, 12 oz.
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Before moving to a new city you want to know how much it will cost to live there. “Cost of living” is the amount of money you need to maintain a certain lifestyle in a given place. The price of goods and services vary from one city to another, calculating the cost of living will help you determine how much more or less you need to make and help you factor in expenses.

The expenses that go in to determining cost of living include housing prices for renters or homeowners, housing affordability, entertainment costs, transportation expenses, food prices, and taxes.


A cost of living index allows you to compare what it costs to live in one place against another, helping you get a glimpse of how far your money will go before you move. For example the cost of living in New York City is almost twice that of Portland, Oregon.

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