I know eating junk food isn't a good habit. It's alright when you don't consume them often - my comforting excuse. It's usually in the evening when I'm feeling happy, I'd just take a short stroll to the supermarket and grap a packet of chips. That's the potato chips, not the french fries.
I like the thinly cut ones - just like Pringles. They were usually A$2.99 for a 200 gram packet (I prefer Smith's and Grain Wave). That other day when I got hold of one, it felt a bit smaller. It was printed 175 gram, yet it still cost A$2.99!
At the freezer room section, a tub of 2 litre ice-cream was usually $5. They've shrunk too and became mostly in the 1.8 litre range. Well, how come the price did not shrink?
All of a sudden, that happy "junk food moments" drew back a little. I'm grumbling about lesser chips to munch.
The producers of these products state that they reduce the amount so that they're healthier. Hello! Junk food isn't supposed to be healthy, duh!
Corporations, don't they make silly statements?
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