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Wish there were supermarkets.....
MarcieBluebell · 17/01/2019 20:26
I wish there were standard supermarkets like tesco ect that didn't have all the junk food.
So choc/biscuits/cake/crisps/most cereals/fizzy drinks ect would be absent.
It would include meat/fish/vegetables/salad/fruit/wholegrains/household products/healthy ready meals/ ect
Obviously it would be smaller. But I just wish I had money to start my own supermarket chain for those avoiding rubbish food.
Would you go? I personally hate having to avoid the aisles and ends of deals of sugary foods.
5lnaBed · 17/01/2019 20:28
This is why I grocery shop online
GreenThing · 17/01/2019 20:31
Where are you?
WholeFoods is a bit like that.
Or you know...self restraint.
RitaMills · 17/01/2019 21:32
I second online shopping, whenever I go to the supermarket I’m blindsided by all the sweet treat and crisps deals and buy loads, online I buy meal ingredients and fruit. Works for me for sure.
MarcieBluebell · 17/01/2019 22:27
I agree online shopping is good but you have to spend normally 40 pounds plus delivery. It's more than I'd spend ideally.
SpikyHedgehogg · 18/01/2019 07:27
I wish train stations and train catering would offer anything other than beige food and chocolate bars.
Flowers12345 · 18/01/2019 07:32
If you are near an Asda you can do click and collect and only need to spend £25, at my local Asda it is free to do and some Asda's you don't even go into the store, they bring it straight out to your car!
FleeceDetective · 18/01/2019 08:22
I know exactly what you mean op, I really struggled with it when I did a food shop yesterday and had to look down through some areas of the shop not to get tempted.
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