Basics of grocery shopping
There are many different types of torture and torture that overweight people apply to themselves. This is all sorts of diets (kefir, Kremlin ...), and fasting, and torture in the…

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When did grocery carts appear in the supermarkets, and who invented them?
November 15, 1898, 110 years ago, in the small American town of Ardmore (Oklahoma), not to be confused with a New Zealand city, in the family of an emigrant from…

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How to buy clothes?
Man comes to this world naked. Apparently, this is the natural state of our body, in which the closest connection with the cosmos. Due to various social, weather, aesthetic and…

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packing my bags

Shopping in london tips

For some reason, everyone who speaks or writes about shopping in London begins their story or article with an overview of expensive places such as Selfridges department store on Oxford Street or very expensive even at European prices on Bond Street boutiques.
One gets a false impression as if they out there themselves buy: a scarf for 300 pounds, gloves for 400, a knitted pidorka for 150 – that’s your collection for the Russian winter. Continue reading

Merchandising: magic or deception?

A supermarket is a wonderful world of abundance, where you can find everything from crab sticks to a DVD player. It seems that any thing here is waiting for you – just extend your hand. It looks like a fairy tale, is not it? However, if you look closely, a supermarket is a well-organized system, the purpose of which is to force us to buy products, goods and things by any means possible for a bank as large as possible. This is done by special specialists – merchandisers. Continue reading

Online shopping. How to make the right choice?
Recently, people increasingly prefer to shop at online stores. Finding the right thing is sometimes easier there than in regular retail chains. Nevertheless, online shopping is not deprived of its…

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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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