Grocery store reading
It is getting tiresome to shop when you have to spend as much time reading at the grocery store as you do at a library! Have you ever computed the actual cost of advertised toilet paper or paper towels? Per sq ft a bargain is often not, especially when you figure in single ply and double ply. It would be so helpful if stores would post that info just the way they do for unit costs on other groceries. Then there's the "bargains" on coffee. Seems several coffee processors now spray their coffee beans with chemicals supposedly for preservation but they just happen to have a coloring effect. Those unripe coffee beans, you aren't supposed to see them. Cans of fruit and vegetables list their weight but not the percentage of actual food in the can. Does anyone else find this constant vigilance when shopping really tiring?