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originally posted in: I think people don't know how read
8/21/2019 8:03:53 PM
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As someone who works in customer service, yes and no. Some people don't know how to read and some people don't care to read. "Where's the bacon at?" Gee. I don't know. Maybe down the aisle WHERE THE SIGN SAYS BREAKFAST MEATS. SMH
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  • Sitting in the bus to the airport. The busstop has a large sign saying AIRPORT, on the bus are several signs saying AIRPORT, and the billboard says bus to airport at stop A(irport). Then there is always this lady that goes to the chaufeur asking "do you go to the airport?"

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  • That sounds like poor placement to me. Bacon should be at the front of the store in a section for essentials. It is no mere meat meant for breakfast.

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  • ... But bacon isn't a breakfast meat only... [spoiler]not included in the DLC[/spoiler]

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  • Traditionally in America, it is primarily a breakfast food. It doesn't fit under lunch meat, frozen meat, fresh meat, hot dogs, or the other categories there. It fits best under breakfast meats.

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  • Edited by Cozyman Cam: 8/23/2019 1:39:09 PM
    [quote]Traditionally in America, it is primarily a breakfast food. It doesn't fit under lunch meat, frozen meat, fresh meat, hot dogs, or the other categories there. It fits best under breakfast meats.[/quote]Brine cured pork belly has been a dinner food longer than it's been a breakfast food in the United States. It was sometime in the 1920s that bacon was successfully marketed as a breakfast food. Also, bacon falls under the category of cured meat products. It could then be further categorized based on whether it is cooked or uncooked, and how it is stored; shelf-stable room temp, refrigeration, and frozen. Throwing a side of bacon in the smoker for dinner is delicious!

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  • Then I suggest you send a strongly worded letter to Kroger and see how it goes.

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  • ... But you freeze bacon, to store it... [spoiler]not included in the DLC[/spoiler]

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  • Most people who come for bacon get it in the morning to cook immediately.

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