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Old 02-23-2008, 04:48 PM   #51
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vb, check out the pathmark in botany in clifton, and i think the new shop rite in lodi too, if you're in the area. they seperate their registers into dual self bagging lines, and this lazy susan kinda rotary bag thing that the checker does all of the bagging, and swing the food around to you as it's bagged. i guess you could hand them your own bags, but it's forte is plastic.
I lived in Lodi years ago, 1979 , Worked in Clifton once 1980. I bet things have changed since , new stores , stores out of business etc.
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:55 PM   #52
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We've gone very enviornomentally aware in Ireland, a couple of years ago the Government introduced a levy on plastic bags of 15c now 22c, so 95% of the time bring own canvas bag, unless of course they're in boot of other car! Must admit i hate packing so tend to drag hubbie with me for the big shops!
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Old 02-24-2008, 08:58 PM   #53
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You don't have a choice over here---you bag yourself and you'd better be quick because the next person's groceries will coming piling over yours. So much fun!! What infuriates me is that some of the groceries will have 3 or 4 guys just standing around doing nothing most of the time.
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