Some grocery stores have been making headlines lately for not being big enough.
Now a new report says that, if you want to buy groceries in your home, it’s worth paying more than the standard price.
It says that the cost of a two-pack of soda, for example, will go up by about $1 when you pay for it at a grocery store.
The average price for a 2-pack is now about $2.24, the report says.
This is a price you can pay, it says.
If you can afford it, go for it.
That’s the message.
If it’s not, it doesn’t matter what the price is.
So, what do you do?
It says, buy the product, and you’re getting the same deal.
The big retailers are taking notice.
They’re starting to talk about it more and more, and that’s good.
It means they’re getting more attention, which is good for their bottom line.
If the retail landscape is shifting, it makes sense for them to be more vocal.
What it means is that the big grocery chains are starting to think about this.
There’s a lot of interest in what’s going on.
There is a lot more attention and it’s helping to generate some of the consumer demand.