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Buying groceries in poland. Poles don't buy name-brand foods?


whitopian1 8 | 3
3 Sep 2012  #1
okay, so a long time ago, on yahoo answers, i read an article saying that in poland, poles don't buy name-brand foods, is that true?
Zibi - | 336
3 Sep 2012  #2
Are you a 17 year old that has not been outside of your own country?
pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #3
just because it is on the internet doesn't make it true.
pawian 161 | 9,838
3 Sep 2012  #4
poles don't buy name-brand foods,

What is name brand foods? ???? :):):):)
pip 10 | 1,661
3 Sep 2012  #5
"heinz" ketchup
Hostess chips---(maybe that one is just in Canada)
Folgers
Maxwell house.

dude- do yourself a favour and buy food that doesn't have a name brand. For example: a tomato, a chicken breast, celery, potatoes, carrots, apples, oranges.....you will do your body a favour instead of eating overly processed, chemically altered, food additive shiit that comes in a box.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
3 Sep 2012  #6
poles don't buy name-brand foods, is that true?

Absolutely. It is impossible to find products by Heinz, Mars, Nescafe, Coca-Cola or Cadbury, to name but a few.

on yahoo answers, i read an article

Yes, the internet is a great source of reliable information.
sobieski 107 | 2,128
3 Sep 2012  #7
Yep, everybody here is living on turnips which - I am reliable informed - are grown in organic boxes on their balconies :)))
I am not sure about Coca-Cola though :)
pawian 161 | 9,838
3 Sep 2012  #8
If so, the OP`s suggestion/question was OK. I don`t buy Heinz ketchup because I prefer Winiary mayonaise.


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