Thursday, December 17, 2009
Have you tried both? I find there are advantages and disadvantages that may benefit whoever is doing the marketing.
Going to the wet market entails a less pleasing surroundings as compared to the clean, slip-free, cold and odorless grocery; though it is truly of lower price than that of a grocery that adds more for the rent, the ambiance and the employees. There are groceries that do not have as fresh in quality of the meat, fish and poultry than that in the market, but there are some that comes in second. Even the fruit and vegetable stocks are newer in the market. Then again, you don’t see beggars to flick you inside an establishment; but you cannot bargain unlike outside where you can.
Me? I go to both, market for the fresh stocks and the groceries for the dry goods. Works for me, how about for you?