Trolley wars: Why we love grocery shopping

Our readers loved Lili's latest newsletter! Read some of their responses and send us your own, we would love to hear from you.

Juliet van Zyl

It’s really bad if you send someone else and you write the shopping list according to the store layout of the local Pick n Pay.

Esteé Hallatt

Hi, Lili!

Now I’m not sending you this chatback to start a trolley war or anything, but I suspect my own fondness for grocery shopping might even exceed yours.  So much so that I actually find excuses for not doing it all in one weekly go.  I usually go out to top up our grocery levels more than once a week – and to various stores.

I wish I could say that I do this in an effort to find the best deals and save money, but that would be a blatantly outrageous lie.  It’s the variety high I’m chasing and mama needs regular fixes.

However, should anyone else ask – let’s just stick with “I dabble in local investments and have a diverse portfolio”.

Deidre Johnson

I totally get you Lili... I also love seeing what the grocery stores have on special, trying out the samples, looking at new brands, and most of all the new deli / convenience meals that they bring out. I am in this phase right now where all my meals are strictly ready-made, and the meal options they have are so great. I may never cook again :)

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