supermarkets

  1. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Salad items to be rationed by 2 UK supermarkets

    Saw this today Asda and Morrisons ration fresh produce including tomatoes and peppers
  2. Windigo

    Too good to go

    Because of TastyReuben thread about using leftovers, I thought to start this thread. Do any of you use products from anti waste apps like Too good to go or Olio? https://toogoodtogo.co.uk/en-gb I have started to use them frequently a few months ago, not only is it good to reduce food costs...
  3. Unprofessional Cooker

    Mobil Market

    Just spot this Mobil Market on the road yesterday when I back home, we have so many trucks in Bangkok bring food to sell in front of your home really convenience. It really nice when you realize you forget to buy something from market, when you here their microphone call customer just feel like...
  4. epicuric

    Co-Op drive to reduce food waste

    In a local Co-Op supermarket this morning I picked up a leaflet about the staggering amount of food wasted - 7.3 million tons per annum in the UK alone. Co-Op have come up with a great idea for cutting down what they themselves waste - by selling it off for 10p! All items (mainly tinned or...
  5. Morning Glory

    Loose vegetables

    Asda (a major UK supermarket) has taken the decision to stop selling loose fruit and veg. Shoppers were upset to find they could no longer buy individual carrots, potatoes, apples and other fruit and vegetables loose by weight in stores or online. Instead the supermarket giant now expects...
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