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Old 04-07-2010, 08:51 PM   #1
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ISO printable online shopping list

Does anyone know where to find a shopping list online that can/or can not be customised for printing?

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Old 04-07-2010, 09:05 PM   #2
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Not sure I understand what you are looking for. Couldn't you just type one out and print it?
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Old 04-07-2010, 09:15 PM   #3
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One of our supermarket chains has their flyers online and if you set up an online account with them you can make a shopping list from the flyer and/or add your own items. They even have most of the items in their store on a list that you can use as a basis for your list.

I am sure other stores have this as well.

I also know that some of the recipe software (Big Oven, MasterCook, etc.) have shopping lists in them.

Hope that helps.
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:21 AM   #4
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If you make your own, one thing i would suggest ( assuming u go to the same store each week) make note of all the aisles, and whats in them. This way, when u make up your list, you can arrange it in aisle order, so you dont have jump all over the list, or even worse, forget something from aisle 3 when youve made it all the way to aisle 12 .

I tried doing this once, but ive found that a basic list and just winging it is what works for me.
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:24 AM   #5
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With that said, I found this online. Its extremely basic. I never tried it. Im not even sure this is what your looking for.

My Grocery Checklist - Custom Grocery food lists made fast and easy - mygrocerychecklist.com
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Old 04-08-2010, 10:57 AM   #6
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My grocery list

I must be living in the Stone Age. Every week I bring my handwritten grocery list with me.

During the week I keep a blank pad on my desk and jot down grocery items that I need. On shopping day, I take my grocery list and check all my kitchen cupboards to see if I need some further food items.

My weekly grocery list is organized by the layout of our local SAVEMART Supermarket. I use my pen from my checkbook to cross out items as I put them in my grocery cart.

This simple system works for me.
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:23 PM   #7
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Hey Larry - that's more like what I am looking for although that one you only print off what you want each time. I shop about 5 or 6 stores in a 70 km radius so I thought if I could line the stores up beside the item that would be cool, lots of times I come home with half my list not bought yet and then lose it. Thats how I end up with 4 bottles of hoisin or sweet chilli sauce. Each of the stores i go to has its strong points like good beef poor pork or good fish poor poultry etc. even if i use that one for a template it might work out Regards gage
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...I shop about 5 or 6 stores in a 70 km radius so I thought if I could line the stores up beside the item that would be cool, lots of times I come home with half my list not bought yet and then lose it. Thats how I end up with 4 bottles of hoisin or sweet chilli sauce. Each of the stores i go to has its strong points like good beef poor pork or good fish poor poultry etc. even if i use that one for a template it might work out Regards gage
Gage:

My SO does the shopping for a family as part of her home management business. I created a shopping list for her on an Excel spreadsheet. It's separated by the three markets she visits regularly - Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and a local mainstream supermarket chain. The list includes the recurring items purchased from each store plus blank lines for add-ons.

During the week, the family circles items needing replacement plus items needed for upcoming meals.

I modify the list from time to time to accommodate additions and deletions and print out a dozen or so at a time for her.
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Old 04-08-2010, 08:43 PM   #9
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well that sounds close ,can you email a copy to me ,or pm
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Old 04-08-2010, 09:24 PM   #10
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This is what it looks like. If you're interested, PM your email address.
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File Type: pdf Trader Joe's Shaws.pdf (42.8 KB, 74 views)
File Type: pdf Whole Foods Shopping List Whole Foods.pdf (46.0 KB, 96 views)
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