helping you shop smarter
Sliced Watermelon

Finding that Perfect Watermelon

Summer is here, and that means people are enjoying their favourite summer foods once again. While most summer foods are available year-round, there’s a few that can only be enjoyed during their peak growing seasons. Among them, the large, juicy, and delicious Watermelon. Finding that perfect Watermelon is a surprising source of debate – everyone […]

Lineup outside store. Photo by K Mitch Hodge on Unsplash

Store Capacity Limits amid COVID-19

In many parts of the world, the ongoing spread of COVID-19 has led to lockdowns consisting of limits on social gatherings, closures of non-essential businesses, and store capacity limits on businesses that remain open. Stores in many areas that can stay open are only allowed to let in a certain percentage of people relative to […]

Photo of Gingerbread Cookies by Jill Wellington from Pexels.

Why Seasonal Merchandise Appears Early

You’re out grocery shopping in, let’s say, the end of July, and you see Halloween Candy. Maybe it’s September and you’re starting to see Christmas merchandise. It might be the first week of July but every store has back-to-school displays starting to go up. For everyone wondering why seasonal merchandise appears early, there’s an answer, […]

Facepalm. Photo by Gerd Altmann from Pexels

Bad Blogger Advice on Grocery Shopping

While reading the supposed advice of many other bloggers about how to shop for food, I’ve found plenty of things that are widely circulated, but also wildly inaccurate. I’m gonna share with you now some of my personal favourite examples of grocery shopping advice from people who have no idea what they are talking about. […]