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    I buy bread from the local bakery and meat from the butchers. Everything else is from Woolworths.

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    I have my local fruit markets, local butcher, then 40mins to Coles for everything else.

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    We shop at either Coles or Woolies, we have both in the same centre about a 5min drive away. Sometimes we go to the butcher, lenards or bakery usually the first shop after DP gets paid. There is an IGA at the end of the street, just a couple minutes walk I grab stuff from there when I run out. I do check out catalog specials & always try to buy the homebrand & in-store specials too.

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    Definitely shop different places for stuff. Bread from bakers delight, fruit n veg shop for fruit n veg..the coles is my main shop but will go to woolies if things are cheaper...all these are in my local shopping centre. My meat is from a butcher half an hour away because their quality is awesome. But I'll buy enough for a few months. Otherwise if I run out and I need something specific I go local.

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    Yup. My usual weekly shopping is
    -a local grocer for most fruit & veg. Also cheese, sometimes bread etc.
    -coles or foodland (like IGA) for most other groceries
    -local Asian supermarket for some other stuff

    Occasionally we have meat & I'll go to a local butcher. Might also get some things from woolworths and other places if i'm nearby and they're on a really good special.

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    Yep I do.
    I take a longer lunch on Thursday and head to adelaide central markets for fruit n veg.
    I do meat at the local butcher and everything else is from woolies.


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    Only ever shop at woolies. Aldi is opening soon so will check them out but its easier just to get everything in the one go for me.

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    Only really go to Coles and aldi. Though we do get our meat from a butchers. I can't be bothered catalogue shopping.
    Occasionally, if we want something outside normal shop hours, we will go to the 24 hour fruit and veg shop near us

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    Where I shop there is a Woolies and Coles in the one centre so I do the bulk at Woolies but there are some things I like that they don't stock so I go to Coles for those items and specials.

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    Not on purpose I often forget stuff and end up going to grab stuff from the nearest store. My town only has two supermarkets and we don't go to one (lousy customer service), so if I'm shopping in town there's only one we go to anyway (sometimes we get milk, bread or sugar from bp).


 

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