But you search the shelves on every visit anyway (just in case).
And when you do find it (even though you weren't really expecting to) you just have to buy it.
And you hope that somewhere back in the warehouse an alarm went off, and the clerks are leaping into action..
Smithers, we're spiking on sales of X. Hurry man, there's no time to waste: Reorder! Replenish! We must never go out of stock again.Rationally, your "consumer activism" is hardly a blip on the radar/grain of sand in the Sahara. But maybe it's more like tweeting to your grocery manager, and hoping you'll kick off a "trending groceries" list to get their attention.
Well, I thought I'd start a list of my own "trending groceries". Today: cider..
#1: #ciderSo rare to find in Singapore. For the past few years I've been unconsciously checking on every visit to my local NTUC Fairprice.
And then one fortuitous day I found a Pipsqueak 4-pack sitting on the shelf like a poor orphan. I had to adopt it of course, and have been back every week to save more of of it's brothers and sisters.