What's the first isle you go to when you enter a grocery store?
The store I go to most often has the vegetable and fruit isles as you enter the store, so I go down this isle first.
Whichever aisle is first, or whichever aisle contains the first thing on my shopping list.
Looking at these answers I'm beginning to think that most grocery stores have produce first, which I never really noticed. The stores I go to funnel you right into the produce section so that's the first aisle I go down, even though I beat them at their game by not buying produce.
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