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Post time 2011-9-2 00:39:30 |Display all floors
Originally posted by expatter at 2011-9-2 00:35
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I am sure that you will know that next time you go shopping ...........



and the other ones should keep buying to those thieves?

the problem here is

the supermarket is getting profits from the ice

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Post time 2011-9-2 00:44:07 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Ghosty at 2011-9-2 00:39
and the other ones should keep buying to those thieves?
the problem here is
the supermarket is getting profits from the ice
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Well ..............

Someone with as much street cred as you ..........

And time .........

Should be able to get that fixed in no time  .......

Good luck with that ........   

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Post time 2011-9-2 06:44:11 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greatlady at 2011-9-2 00:14
no, 34 yuan for 850 grams with ice.

34yuan = 850 grams (fish fillet + ice)

= 580 grams fish fillet + 300 grams water

Supposed water = 0 yuan

and then

34 yuan = 580 grams fish fillet

29 yuan = 500 grams fish fillet  = 1 "Jin" (Chinese weight unit)

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But ice >0 yuan


So, 1 "Jin" fish fillet < 29 yuan.

Is it cheap?
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Post time 2011-9-2 06:48:10 |Display all floors
1 "Jin" fish fillet (500 grams)  = 29 yuan

Is it cheap or not?

I usually have my meals in chain restaurants and sledom notice the price of frozen fish fillet.
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Post time 2011-9-2 13:26:40 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-9-2 06:44

34yuan = 850 grams (fish fillet + ice)

= 580 grams fish fillet + 300 grams water

Supposed water = 0 yuan

and then

34 yuan = 580 grams fish fillet

29 yuan = 500 grams fish fillet  ...


Is not cheap or expensive issue.
I am talking about I paid money to buy fish with ice.  Is that fair for us to pay forthe ice or not?
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Post time 2011-9-2 17:36:06 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greatlady at 2011-9-1 13:56
I bought a fish fillet in supermarket, it was frozen like a rock.
I paid around 34 yuans, it weight around 850grams.
The next day I defrosted the fish for cooking, it was light and for curiosity  ...

It depends
Did the supermarket say 850 gr fish for 34 yuans?=cheating the costumer
Did the supermarket say per piece?=not cheating

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Post time 2011-9-2 17:48:17 |Display all floors
That's why I never bought frozen fish in China. Buy fresh and fillet your own.

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