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joefrank
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PostSubject: What Your Supermarket Doesn't Want You To Know Shocking   What Your Supermarket Doesn't Want You To Know Shocking EmptyThu Oct 30, 2014 7:09 am

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                This will really make you think about your supermarket, I think from
     now on I'll shop at Trader Joes or Sprouts, the big chains stores I don't think 
     so , read on it'll surprise you...

               http://www.thedailymeal.com/11-secrets-supermarkets-dont-want-you-know?

                                                 Cheers.......Joe
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PostSubject: Re: What Your Supermarket Doesn't Want You To Know Shocking   What Your Supermarket Doesn't Want You To Know Shocking EmptyThu Oct 30, 2014 7:35 am

Most of those "secrets are simply shrewd business practices, Joe.  I've shopped at Trader Joe's farily often.  They are basically another supermarket, and follow similar practices.

Make a list, Joe, and stick to it.

There are several free websites that include free phone apps.  The one I use is called Plan/Shop/Eat, or howdoesshedoit.com

http://www.howdoesshedoit.com/

If the "she" bothers you, there is another called Pepperplate, less visually attractive, but it does a good job.

https://www.pepperplate.com/

The websites offer a simple way to input your favorite recipes, inclduing photos if you have them, and allow you to set up a weekly meal plan based on them.  Ingredients are automatically placed on your shopping list, but you can easily delete anything you don't need, and both sites have general grocery, household, and health/hygiene lists that you can arrange based on the layout of the supermarket, which saves you time and makes it easier to stick to your lists.
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