We have shopped at ASDA, Brighton Hill for 15 years, yesterday spending over £300 but it seems they have put profit over the customer.

We now have a new set of restrictors in the car park, capable of backbreaking us elderly folk, quite unnecessary. 

The shelf stacking should be done out of hours - having to negotiate the aisle around huge cages is out of order.

Having only two cashiers on tills is profiteering - reducing staff, no other reason.

Re-citing items for what purpose? 

Stones Ginger Wine - why keep moving that around other than to increase our time hunting?

Time to look elsewhere!

Graeme Hewitt


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