IGA for groceries ( I like that the owner is a local and not a big corporation! and he orders in any brands i want!) and I have a local butcher/fruit shop/fish market and organic shop I buy all our fresh food from
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29-03-2013 17:11 #21
29-03-2013 17:14 #22
Anywhere, everywhere I don't care really
29-03-2013 17:16 #23
Our Coles and woolies are across the road from each other and only a couple of streets from us. I don't really have a preference. I mostly shop at Coles because the woolie's are sooo under staffed it takes ages to get served but the Coles has crap parking so.. Yeah depends. Haha
29-03-2013 17:18 #24
Coles for weekly shops and IGA for things in between. IGA is like my ornery store.
29-03-2013 17:19 #25
Usually Woolies. Coles if it seems to have specials on what I'm after.
29-03-2013 17:22 #26
I'm not picky. I prefer one of the two big ones because they usually have more stuff, but where I go (and its not the one closest to my home because its in a bogan area and therefore they have crap produce) there's an Aldi, Coles and Woolies in the same centre so I just decide which I would rather go to.
I will occasionally pick one over the other because they stock something the other doesn't.
29-03-2013 17:25 #27
I prefer Woolies though if I can ever remember where IGA is, I'd probably go there more often. IGA would be just further than Woolies and Coles is much further away but I rarely shop there.
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29-03-2013 17:27 #28Senior Member
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I spread the love around.
29-03-2013 17:30 #29Senior Member
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Coles .. Looks prettier then woolworths .. I drive further .. Coles is always better in the affluent areas!
29-03-2013 17:31 #30
Usually woolies. There are a Coles & woolies in the same centre but I find the layout of coles confusing. There is an iga down the road (maybe 50metres) I usually grab the milk and bread from there if we run out.
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