These are what I bought today in a big super market near my house.
I want to show you how foods are packed in Japan, and how much they are.
These days, the prices have risen.
This is a packed bacon. It costs 1.5 dollars per 100g.
This is a Japanese persimmon. One persimmon costs 1 dollar.
This is a part of branch of bananas, from Philippines. It costs 1.5 dollars.
This is a pack of potatoes. It costs 1 dollar.
This is a pack of bean sprout. It costs 50 cents.
This is a pack of petit tomatoes. It costs 2 dollars. Tomatoes are summer vegetables so I cannot buy them often now... (I love them a lot!)
This is a small pack of ground pork. It costs 1.3 dollars per 100g.
This is a pack of California raisins. In a pack, there are 240g raisins and it costs 3 dollars.
That's all. Bananas and raisins are imported and others are Japanese. There are lots of imported foods, but I buy Japanese as much as possible.
How about are the price and package compare to your supermarket?