You may think you are going to eat less fruit and vegetables and spend more on meat, but a new research project shows you could be saving money on those options.
BBC Sport has teamed up with Plum Market to find out what you could lose and gain from a change in eating habits.
1:43 The idea for Plum Market came from a couple of research projects I was doing.
One was with a local farmer who was using the market to raise awareness about the issues surrounding sugar and obesity in his region.
The other was a series of surveys that I conducted with a couple friends.
One group asked us to spend a week in a local supermarket and ask what we would do if we had more time to spend there.
One of the key findings was that people who had less time to shop would eat less of their own food, eat less fresh fruit and produce and eat less meat.
There was a little bit of evidence that the same thing would happen with people who did spend more time in the supermarket.
So, I thought, why not take a look at what we could change with our own time, as well as what other people could do to help?
Plum Market, in its initial days, was a small operation that sold a small range of produce from local producers in an attempt to bring freshness to the market.
In March 2017, the market was sold to a bigger company.
The company is now owned by a Chinese investor who has invested $1.6 billion in Plum Market.
The new owner has taken it on a completely different course and is taking on more of the day-to-day management and running of the business.
So the key question is what is the change going to be?
It’s very much a market-based company, so it has no managers, no senior management, no outside consultants.
It’s a completely self-managed operation.
Plum Market says it will now sell its produce to its suppliers and wholesalers.
This is what will happen in the coming months: a big chunk of its produce will go to local retailers and a large part will go directly to customers.
In the first year it will be a mix of organic produce, produce from farmers who grow their own produce and produce from suppliers who are in the business of selling fresh produce.
It also has a commitment to deliver a wide range of organic, non-GMO and local products.
This will include produce from other growers in the area and products from the local community.
The plan is to grow to a scale of 100 farms and 300 wholesaliers in the next 12 to 18 months.
It is also looking to build a network of small producers to bring their produce directly to consumers, so that consumers can choose from a wide variety of produce and make a decision whether to buy it.
The key ingredient will be the same.
It will be locally sourced and the farmers will be making it locally grown.
But, it will also be produced sustainably, so there is a sustainability component to it.
That is one of the reasons why it’s going to take 12 to 12 months to grow at Plum Market’s scale.
Plum market’s future The key to success is that Plum Market is a completely independent business, with no outside financial support.
So there is no company financing the company.
Plum Markets will be able to rely on the goodwill of local farmers and growers, as it does with many other businesses.
And, the main focus of the company will be to make sure it continues to grow.
There will be plenty of time to invest in things like technology, training, product development, marketing and other services that will help it keep growing.
The main challenge will be in terms of keeping up with the demand for local produce.
So what is going to happen to the farmers who are going from one operation to another, but are also going to need to buy fresh produce?
What will they be able do with the money that they have saved in the first place?
They will get a cash dividend every two to three months, which will help to pay for the cost of doing business and their wages and the cost they pay for seeds, fertiliser and other supplies.
That cash will go into a fund that will provide them with an additional income to buy new products and services.
That will be an interesting story to watch over the next year.
I am a big fan of the farmers I have spoken to.
They are so committed to their farmers that they are willing to invest time, effort and resources to maintain the quality of their produce and to protect the quality and the reputation of their farmers.
I think we are going up against a lot of problems here.
I see some of these growers as people who have a lot to lose and a lot at stake in this business.
I hope that Plum Markets can bring the same commitment to their farming and farmers that it did to its own.
Plum markets first fruit And the key ingredient to success at Plum Markets is the quality that it brings to its produce.