In some Chicago area food stores they are selling no-name-brand food. They do not have any advertising for these, and the packages are simple and inexpensive. The food meets government regulations, but it is just standard, and not top quality. All of this allows the price of the food to be from 10 to 35 percent lower than that of name brand food. This is a good deal, since you pay for the food and not the advertising.
THIS is a collection of Journals I kept, starting in 1972. I am adding entries here as I find the old journals and type them.
(Please Note: This is in "Blog" format, so to read journals in chronological order, start at the bottom, with the oldest post first, and read upward.)