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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Plus, glass can break during shipment, so they need to make extra product.

    The most resource efficient method would be to have large vats of sauce at the store so you can bring back your own bottle or container and refill when you need it. But I think single-serving packaging has taken over for good.
    • We have a chain of stores called "The Bulk Barn" that have products in large boxes or vats, you fill a plastic bag or carton with the product and pay by weight fir the amount you want. The chain has been around for a long time - the one near me was there when we moved in in '86 - and does a good deal of business, but only a small fraction of the business that the standard grocery store next to it does.