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Re: Migros and Coop are cheating me again!

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Nope.


Heavy stuff first to go to the bottom, Squashables last.

Cold stuff together - ideally "building blocks" first (those items which stack well and can hold other things on top - eggs and yogurts do well here. Smoked salmon or cooked meats can be slid down the side of a bag once the basic structure is in place. Always helpful to my 2 wedges of cheese as these can then be put on top of each other to create a flat surface for something to go on top.


Tins on the bottom layer of a bag - ideally 4 in a bag - 1 in each corner.
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