Does anyone have a grocery limit written into their travel policy for when employees are traveling? We have a lot of employees that like to stay in extended stay hotels and cook their own meals, but we don't have a policy on groceries yet.
We don't have a policy specific to groceries. We simply review the receipt for reasonableness (how many days is it covering and what is the average "per day" expense) and compare that to our Travel Meal limit. After all, if they weren't buying groceries, they would be buying meals in restaurants. If it's less than the daily Travel Meal limit, it's okay to process.