A new survey from the Wisconsin Farm Bureau shows you're paying less at the grocery store.
The new survey shows the total cost of 16selected items totaled $49.60.
That's a drop of 72 cents from the second quarter survey, and more than two dollars less than the national average.
The Farm Bureau says this summer's drought is expected to impact prices in 2013.
Despite higher prices, the USDA says Americans will still spend about 10% of their disposable annual income on food, the lowest average in the world.