Fellow grocery list collector Scott Allsop got a nice little write-up in The Sun newspaper last month: Time to meet the ana-LIST.” Cheers!
There’s some discussion about one of our found lists over at The J-Walk Blog.
“Love it or loathe it, Black Friday is upon us.”
“Based on Internet surveys of 2,001 shoppers, the Food Marketing Institute’s annual ‘U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends’ report found: …We make a list. Fifty-four percent of… Read More »Quick Bites: U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends
“it is not uncommon for me to spend a great deal of time constructing the perfect grocery list, arranging items in order of farthest away… Read More »Forsaking a beloved list for element of mystery
“When George Neville was installed as Archbishop of York in 1465, the occasion called for a festive meal. The grocery list survives, so we know… Read More »Examining the Urge to Pig Out in Bad Times as Well as Good
“The key to my quick, easy and successful grocery shopping is the manner in which I fill out my grocery list…”
“Get organized. Make a detailed shopping list and a timeline of food that needs to be prepped.”
Hey, that’s a lot of lists! Kicks my butt… “Jansen has collected shopping lists for a number of years. He currently has over 3,000 different… Read More »World’s Largest Shopping List Collection
“Online grocery shopping makes it easy to get everything on your grocery list, but it’s not likely to eliminate the grocery store outright…. Interactive devices… Read More »High-tech shopping lists guide grocery shoppers
Hey! We’re (currently) listed on Wikipedia, under the category Shopping List: “Collecting discarded shopping lists is a niche hobby.”