Part I: Listen and Read: Read along with the audio recording.
I usually go to the supermarket about once or twice a week to buy groceries. Since I do a lot of shopping, I usually need a shopping cart to carry everything. I first stop by the deli counter to pick up some sliced cheese. Then, I look for some fruits and vegetables in the produce section, but I make sure they are fresh. My kids like milk, so I swing by the dairy section and grab a few gallons of milk. Also, there are times when I don't have much time to cook, so I usually pick up some microwaveable meals in the frozen food section. If the store is out of stock of any of the items I need, then I drop by a different supermarket on my way home. I generally pay with cash at the checkout counter.
Part II: Discussion
How much grocery shopping do you do every week? How concerned are you about a healthy diet and is your concern reflected in what you buy? What tips can you think of to make sure you are getting the best buy at supermarkets (e.g., testing the products, using coupons for items, comparing prices at different stores, etc.)
Part III: Online Investigation
More and more Websites advertise "free groceries" or "free food coupons", but are these services really free? What's the "catch"? Do you have to do something in order to qualify for these free products? Research a company that advertise free products and find out more about the service.