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A list of food for thought

Hey! We got written up in the Twin Tiers Star-Gazette: “Groceries tell you a lot about people. A cart full of food can tell you whether the shopper has kids or pets, practices personal hygiene, loves junk food or quaffs Pabst Blue Ribbon or dark brews.A grocery list mirrors the consumer. That’s why I’m intrigued to discover a Web site featuring the world’s largest collection of grocery lists — more than 800 — at”