Self Serve Checkouts - Making self-serve more personal
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  • October 4, 2010

Self Serve Checkouts – Making self-serve more personal

A new self-serve checkout system is hitting the market that may help personalize the self-serve experience for shoppers. At an event at its Canadian headquarters in Mississauga, Ont. last month NCR showed off its Enterprise Preference Manager. Launching this fall, the system will let shoppers customize the self-serve experience. They’ll be able to decide whether

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  • October 3, 2010

Announcement – Grocery Alerts Joins the Yakezie Samurai Challenge

After long consideration, I have decided to join the Yakezie Samurai Challenge. The goal of this challenge is to form a network of personal finance bloggers committed to having Alexa rankings below the 200,000, and I really want to participate to take Grocery Alerts to the next level. In order to further promote food and

Peanut Butter Infographic: History, Who Invented it, How it is Made
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  • September 23, 2010

Peanut Butter Infographic: History, Who Invented it, How it is Made

I am posting this as a tribute to a great ingredient – can use as a marinade or sandwich topping! It is amazing that there are 850 peanuts in the average container! Infographic by Culinary Schools.org

Thrifty Foods Printable Internet Coupon Policy
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  • June 8, 2010

Thrifty Foods Printable Internet Coupon Policy

Some great news from Thrifty Foods – a major chain in Vancouver Island and the lower mainland.   They accept Internet Printable coupons with a number of conditions: Good morning Steve, Thank you for your inquiry. We do in-fact accept internet coupons that meet the following criteria: Thrifty Foods honours all Internet coupons with the

Food Basics Internet Printable Coupon Policy
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  • June 4, 2010

Food Basics Internet Printable Coupon Policy

I e-mailed Food Basics inquiring about what their Internet coupon policy is and the response from them was: Dear Mr. Zussino, Thank you for your e-mail. We do not accept internet coupons at any of our Stores. Regards. Judy Kelly Customer Care Specialist I was not surprised considering that they are owned by Metro. Summary,

5 Scrumptious Spices
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  • April 28, 2010

5 Scrumptious Spices

By Mariève Inoue Most people use seasonings such as salt and pepper, parsley, and thyme, on a regular basis when cooking. But what about less common spices? Always on the lookout for ways to make our food tastier, divine.ca has five unique spices for you to incorporate into your cooking, in an effort to diversify

Is Buying Organic Really Worth It?
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  • April 28, 2010

Is Buying Organic Really Worth It?

By Myreille Simard Organic food is an interesting option for those who are more and more concerned with their health as well as the environment. But many people wonder whether it’s really worth paying more for these products. Is organic food simply a passing trend, or has it become a necessity to ensure good health?

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  • April 17, 2010

All you wanted to know about Fast Food

Interesting facts including how to make a McGriddle. Via: Online Schools

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  • April 8, 2010

Watch World Famous Chefs Teach Basic Techniques (in Video)

The recent star-chef-studded “Techniques” episode of the Travel Channel’s No Reservations was so good, we had to point it out. Now we’ve got a few clips to share, of knife skills, chicken roasting, basic pasta and red sauce, and better omelette making. First up, Anthony Bourdain, the host of No Reservations and a well-known, no-nonsense

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  • March 26, 2010

Freebies for new Canadian Moms

This is from the post: http://www.canada-mom-deals.com/2009/01/free-samples-for-new-moms-base-list.html Some freebies include: Heinz – Free reusable bag, formula, growth chart. Huggies Pure & Natural – Get a free sample and coupon. Huggies – sign up for free samples, coupons. If you are ready to potty train, get their free potty training DVD, and go to their pull-ups section

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