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Supermarket Sweep: Convenience Stores

Convenience stores are dime a dozen in Shanghai. On every corner you are guaranteed to find a 7-11, Family Mart or an All Days. These are usually open 24 hours and you can get most things you would need in a pinch here: water, booze, eggs, candy, bread, Band-Aids and more. 105 more words


Host Of '90s Oddity "Supermarket Sweep" Reveals Game Show's Secrets

Confession: I was once a little bit obsessed with Supermarket Sweep, the game show that involved little more than running around a store picking up the priciest groceries. 376 more words

Supermarket Sweep: Lianhua

One of mine and I’m sure Ashley’s favorite things to do while traveling is…grocery shopping! It is fascinating to see what products are available, how they are packaged and for what price in different cities and countries. 210 more words


Game Show Memories - Supermarket Sweep.

Supermarket Sweep (ITV, 1993-2001, 2007)

Here’s another ITV 9:25am weekday show, and this was a good one. Supermarket Sweep was based on an American format where contestants were encouraged to go wild in the aisles and fill their trolleys as high as they could. 564 more words

The Best Time to Grocery Shop

Who remembers watching “Supermarket Sweep” on TV? Contestants would race around the supermarket, filling their cart with the most expensive items they could find (straight to the hams!!). 472 more words


Telly Nostalgia: Supermarket Sweep

One of the strangest things about being a student is the paradoxical benefit of being fairly well acquainted with both daytime and late night television schedules. 641 more words

The final sweep

First publish on LabourList, and Progress magazine

In the final weeksbefore the general election, as the rapid pursuit for promises becomes more fraught, the election campaign metaphorically turns into the final dash in 1990s television programme Supermarket Sweep. 561 more words

Progress Magazine