Jacks Supermarket Struggling to Succeed
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Seemed a great idea, a supermarket with low prices but with a very high percentage of home produced goods so good for people's pockets and good for the economy too but seems like it is struggling to succeed.
I'm writing this as someone who has never been in a Jacks supermarket so no idea how good or bad it is but the general concept seems very good.
If I had a Jacks supermarket I would really try to support it because of our huge trade deficit and debt levels in order to keep more money in the UK and help keep important services like the NHS and Police going at a reasonable level but it feels like most people don't care about the financial state of the country and happy to send as much of their income abroad as possible but still seem entitled to complain when public services are cut back and people are suffering and needing to use food banks etc. Admittedly though as I've said I've not tried a Jacks supermarket and it might be the most awful bland supermarket there is and depressing to go in there.
So for those who actually have one nearby what is it like, how does the experience compare to other supermarkets and what is the good and what is the bad. Does buying UK sourced goods actually make you shop there?
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