What is a hypermarket, and what you need to know about it?
As stated in many dictionaries, a hypermarket is a store with an area of ​​over 20 thousand square meters, with a high degree of mechanization and automation of loading and…

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How are you being cheated in the supermarket? Fighting expiration date
The simplest and most common operation is the replacement of stickers with dates of issue and validity. One is torn off, the second is stamped with a “pistol”. If the…

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How to get rid of shopaholism?
A new phenomenon that appeared not so long ago, “helping” others to waste their time and money, is called shopping in the West. Translated into the great and mighty Russian,…

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Sales in New York

The biggest sales in New York are in the winter and summer, as well as in the few days before big holidays, such as Independence Day on July 4th, Labor Day (Labor Day) – the first weekend of September, February 14th, Easter, Day Memorial Day – the last weekend of May. The biggest sales in New York take place in the period before Thanksgiving Day (Thanksgiving Day) – the fourth Thursday of November, and up to the new year. Continue reading

What will be the shopping of the near future?

For someone to go shopping – hard work, for someone – entertainment and recreation. It is because of the second regular store will live for a long time. No Internet can yet give a complete picture of the product, which the buyer receives in the usual commercial enterprise. Photo: pixabay.com Opportunity to hold in your hands, try on clothes and shoes not in a virtual fitting room, but on yourself, listen to your feelings. Do not read the dry columns of numbers and reviews that may be custom-made, but look at it with your own eyes. Continue reading

How do supermarkets trade? Pass to return
Notice that industrial and household goods in the hypermarket are located not far from the entrance? This is because a buyer aimed at buying food, putting bread and milk in…

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Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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