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    I do fruit and veg and butcher separately to supermarket.

    I do all the groceries at once but I decide whether to go to Coles or woollies based on specials, promotions or my meal plan. Eg. If Coles has an amazing fly buys deal or woollies has something on special.

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    Shopping centre nearby has a discount fruit shop, Aldi, butcher and Woolies, so I'll go between those shops which does mean we get better and more food for less money than if I was o just shop at Woolies alone. (there's also a chemist, target and bws. Don't really need to go anywhere else. Lol)

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    Yep

    I shop at coles, woolies and the butcher when I do mums shop.

    I for me I do coles, woolies, occasionally the butcher if i saw cheap when i did mum's, The chemist for washing powder.
    Rarely I go the farmers place that does meat and veg.

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    I do. I go to Woolies, Aldi, butcher and fruit and veg shop. I also buy things like toilet paper and washing powder in bulk when they are on promotion at Big W.

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    Normally coles. I've discovered online grocery shopping so do that. I love it!

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    I think I read on here that the reject shop sell brand cleaning products, laundry powder etc much cheaper, i keep meaning to check that out!

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    No I shop at iga regardless of woollies sales

    But I do stock up on things when they in sale

    And I go to health food store for other stuff I need that iga doesn't sell

    Formula I get from woollies Coles or big e w and stock up when I see they have special. Nappies for night time I get from Coles or woolies

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    I always check out the catalogues and check out the specials and i shop at Woolie Coles and Supa IGA every week.

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    Cleaning stuff - crazy clarks, so much cheaper than other places!

    Grocery, fruit and veg - woolies mainly, but Coles will be opening soon so I'll go there. I do go to a Coles that's 20 mins away sometimes and when I do that I go to the fruit and veg shop in the same centre.

    Bread - mix between bakery and woolies/Coles

    Meat - mix between butcher and woolies/Coles.

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    I get most of our meat at a local butcher, fruit and veg at our markets, pick up the essentials toilet paper dishwasher tabs laundry items as needed wherever is closest when we need them.


 

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