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    Why are people suggesting that the supermarket replace the items? How are they responsible for customers not putting their groceries away when they get home? Complain, for sure, but I really don't think it's fair to ask for a replacement when ultimately it's up to us to make sure our groceries make it to the fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    It's really common in supermarkets for damage/rotten goods to end up back on the shelf.
    If someone decides they don't want a cold item when going through the register it can still there for a few hours before someone decides to return it. Same when people dump cold groceries on around the supermarket, a lot of the time thery are picked up and put back in the fridge even though its been too long.
    For all the supermarket knows this may have been what happened.
    Eeew. That has NEVER happened in any supermarket I've worked in!

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    Throw the bacon out.. even tho their packing skills wern't good, i'd complain about that, but hardly their fault it wasn't packed away for 9 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Why are people suggesting that the supermarket replace the items? How are they responsible for customers not putting their groceries away when they get home? Complain, for sure, but I really don't think it's fair to ask for a replacement when ultimately it's up to us to make sure our groceries make it to the fridge.
    Agree!

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    throw both. better safe than sorry.
    i also pack my trolley ocd then unpack it when i get home, not 9 hrs later. it's not the supermarkets fault - yes, bacon should be packed by itself (all raw meat should) but you can't blame them for the fact that it was 9 hours before you unpacked it.

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    id call them.
    im also ocd about my grocery bagging, and would be annoyed if they left items out of my cold bag!

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    I'd throw both out. Although the poorly packed bags is annoying, I don't think that it's the supermarkets fault and certainly don't think they should have to replace the items.


 

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