Now that I've moved to a new neighborhood, I've started shopping at a different grocery store, specifically the Whole Foods on Franklin and California in San Francisco. I've only been twice, but both times it was unbelievably crowded — so packed that I could hardly make my way through the aisles. When I asked the checker if it was always busy, he said, "Yes. Rumor has it this Whole Foods is the second busiest store in the nation, after the one in New York City." Yikes! I prefer not to shop when the store is extra crowded, so buying groceries there is definitely going to take some getting used to. How do you feel about the matter?
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