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      I have done this too. I always go to the same store so I broke it

      down by row even. Then I can send my hubby to the store and he can

      find everything with less hassle. I have it formatted into 3 columns

      and just print out a bunch at a time and hang on the bulletin board

      next to my fridge. I hope this helps. Michelle ma

      produce

      celery

      cucumber

      parsley

      scallions

      peppers r y g

      cilantro

      yellow squash

      zucchini

      cauliflower

      broccoli

      cabbage w r

      spinach

      iceberg lettuce

      romaine

      shred carrots

      carrots

      garlic

      tomatoes

      onions

      mushrooms

      corn on the cob

      potatoes

      squash

      sweet potatoes

      ginger

      cherries

      peaches

      plums

      strawberries

      bananas

      blueberries

      apples

      grapefruit

      oranges

      grapes

      pears

      cantaloupe

      kiwi

      mango

      pineapple

      raspberries

      lemon

      watermelon

      deli

      feta

      hot dogs

      bacon

      hummus

      deli meats

      american cheese

      pita bread

      bakery

      italian bread

      bread

      english muffin

      dinner rolls

      hamburger rolls

      hotdog rolls

      meat

      chicken

      ground beef

      beef

      turkey

      sausage

      fish

      shrimp

      aisle 1-3

      Health & Beauty

      4) ORGANIC

      Go Lean

      Puffins

      Optimum

      5)

      Can Artichokes

      Goldfish

      Biscotti

      Graham Crackers

      Ritz Crackers

      Entertain Crackrs

      Pickles

      Ketchup

      Mayo

      Salad Dressing

      Vinegar

      6)

      Mac n Cheese

      Taco Shells

      Taco Seasoning

      Salsa

      Tortillas

      White Rice

      Brown Rice

      Teriyaki

      Soy sauce

      Parmesan

      Pasta Sauce

      Pasta

      Baked Beans

      Tuna Fish

      7)

      Peanut Butter

      Grape Jam

      Canola Oil

      Olive Oil

      Flour

      Sugar

      Brown Sugar

      Confection Sugar

      Spices

      Vanilla

      Baking Soda

      Baking Powder

      Chocolate Chips

      Nuts

      Cake Mix

      Brownie Mix

      Pudding

      Jell-O

      Marshmallows

      Stove top

      8)

      Popcorn Cakes

      Pancake Mix

      Maple Syrup

      Honey

      Choc Milk

      Cereal

      Raisins

      Craisins

      Can Fruit

      Mandarin Orange

      Cranberry Sauce

      Applesauce

      Tea

      Coffee

      9)

      Soda

      Chips

      Pretzels

      Tortilla Chips

      Popcorn

      Kevin’s Popcorn

      Cashews

      10)

      Juice

      Juice Box

      Water

      Tomato Soup

      ChickNoodleSoup

      Cream Soup

      Stock

      Onion Soup Mix

      11) Household

      13) Cards, Paper

      DAIRY

      Adult Yogurt

      Kids Yogurt

      Eggs

      Egg White

      Milk

      Orange Juice

      Half and Half

      Sour Cream

      Cottage Cheese

      Whipped Cream

      Pizza Dough

      Crescent Rolls

      Cinnamon Rolls

      Grand Rolls

      Cream Cheese

      Mozz. Cheese

      Jack Cheese

      Cheddar Cheese

      Butter

      Smart Balance

      14) Freezer

      Tater Tots

      Fries

      Bagels

      Corn

      Spinach

      Sausage

      Waffles

      Lemonade

      Juice

      Pot Pie

      Strawberries

      Popsicles

      Ice Cream

      Pizza

      > There are lots of shopping lists online with all the necessities. Why

      > not copy to your computer and print it out. Keep it in the kitchen and

      > circle or highlight each item as you run out. Then just take the whole

      > page with you when you go to town. I have one on my fridge under a

      > magnet, so it’s hard to miss.

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