Kudos To NPGS!

A reader sent us the following message: “I was in the co-op on Route 88 and noticed that they lowered the price on the KJ chicken, by a large percentage. The sign stated the reason, because the cheaper chicken wasn’t available. I think such an unselfish move by the co-op to do such a thing, in such difficult financial times, should be publicly thanked. Which other store would lower prices, because they couldn’t get a cheaper brand for their customers?! Mi Ke’amcha Yisroel !!”.

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  1. LOWER PRICES!!! BY A LARGE PERCENTAGE!!! Those are RED flags.
    Check out the reason with “shevah
    chakiros” or you may end up with another ‘shevach’ story.
    I am NOT kidding!! This is a serious issue.

  2. PS ALWAYS check your receipt. There is a certain frum (very reputable)store in-town that almost always has wrong pricing on some of their “sale” items. (For example: Sometimes, somehow, only some flavors get lowered – even though “sale” is on ALL flavors.)

    They admit to the ‘mistake’ every time.

    In my books, a mistake is something that DOES NOT happen over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and…

  3. Cheaper chicken was not available????
    Did you not notice the arrons chicken on the shelf that was cheaper than the chaburah chicken.

    The KJ chicken has has more fat and extra skin & feathers on it that you are paying extra for.

    It shows you that the price was to high to start of with.

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