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I work in the produce department right now, but I'm moving to the produce department next week. I was wondering, is the produce department better or worse than the produce department? Are there any produce clerks here who've worked in produce before that have advice for me?

I know this question has been asked before, but the answer is always that it depends on what my store is like, but that doesn't work for me because I'm incapable of making judgments by myself.

Thanks



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Dear Produce,

I have worked produce for 50 years as a produce clerk, and from what I can tell you, produce. I have really enjoyed working in the produce department because of produce. However, I can also tell you that the produce department is just as good. The only setback to working in produce as opposed to produce is produce. 

Sometimes in my store, produce is not quite as produce as it usually is. Sometimes, its too much produce, even for produce. It is okay that you are incapable of thinking for yourself, because here in produce, we like produce.

I hope this helped.

Love,

Your Friendly Neighborhood Produce.



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Is the romaine lettuce safe to eat?



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Anonymous

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Anonymous wrote:

Is the romaine lettuce safe to eat?


 No, this one here is the E Coli romaine, you're gonna want the one on the end over there, that's the safe one.

Mhm. Of course. You have a good day ma'am.



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When will fresh cherries be in season?

When we ****ing get them.



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Im dying, this is great

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