You know how it is when you're skint. You go to the shop and head straight for the 'reduced' section to see if there's anything worth having. You'll know from my previous rants that I usually find that the stuff in the 'reduced' section is the sort of stuff I wouldn't have for free, let alone at a reduced price. I mean, what kind of person is too incompetent/lazy that they have to buy egg mayonnaise to put in sandwiches? OK, stop. Enough of that, I'll just go off on one again.
Anyway, I have discovered yet another major annoyance of the 'reduced' shelf. Why do the store assistants insist on sticking the new price label right over the 'allergy information' section? If I can't check that it hasn't got wheat or tomatoes in it, I'm definitely not going to buy it, even if it does look OK to the eye. Stop it! Please?
In the extremely unlikely event of any supermarket bosses reading this, please could you train your staff to be allergy aware and realise that some people do actually need to read this information, so don't cover it up. Thankyouverymuch.