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grocery

the business or premises of a grocer
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If you were a grocery trust for the whole United States, you would be singing another song.
He even carried them in his pockets, and reviewed them at odd moments on the street, or while waiting in butcher shop or grocery to be served.
Yep, back of the grocery," the first teamster went on; "why, we're sure he's one of them squarehead scabs, hired through Murray an' Ready, makin' a sneak to get into the stables over the back fences.
Influenced by these noble sentiments, they had even gone out of their way to purchase little luxuries in the grocery and butter line to which they were unaccustomed; saying to one another, that if they did stretch a point, was it not for a neighbour and a friend, and for whom ought a point to be stretched if not for such?
Synopsis: Fewer than one in 10 Americans routinely shop for groceries online, whereas the vast majority shop weekly at grocery and other retail stores.
com)-- Simply Groceries is an online alternative to grocery shopping.
And while online grocery shoppers are represented across all demographic groups, they are more likely to be younger men, ages 18 to 44, according to "The Virtual Grocery Store," a recent report on online grocery shopping by NPD Group Inc.
com/research/4pz4sk/global_food_and) has announced the addition of Canadean Ltd's new report "Global Food and Grocery Retailing: Market Guide to 2016" to their offering.
The historic Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington served as the ideal setting for Progressive Grocer to recognize and celebrate the 2010 Top Women in Grocery and Green Grocer award winners during the industry-leading publication's fourth annual Corporate Social Responsibility Awards gala event on Nov.
But disciplined spendthrifts claim coupons can shave up to 75percent off monthly grocery bills.
Part of your motivation might be that you enjoy shopping at a local co-operative grocery store where people know about you and know about the products they are selling.
Jacqueline Cubici-Gonzalez, a self-professed Interact shopping addict, visits a grocery store Web site once a week to buy meat, vegetables, canned goods and toiletries.