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I’m a Wegmans employee – taking two minutes before you shop could end up saving you a lot of money on essential products

A WEGMANS employee has encouraged customers to do a two-minute simple activity before they start shopping in the store.

The unnamed worker called on customers to sign up for the latest coupons if they want to save cash on essential groceries.

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A Wegmans worker has encouraged customers to check the latest deals before they start shoppingCredit: Getty

An employee, of New Jersey, told : “They’re always on commonly-used products.”

The worker revealed that checking coupons takes just two minutes.

Wegmans employees have also encouraged customers to visit the store after 9pm if they want to avoid the busy crowds and shop in peace.

And, another employee from Virginia told Insider that shoppers should always take time to browse the shelves.

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They added: “There’s always something going on. There’s (sic) always new products that you didn’t think they would sell.”

The Sun revealed how the supermarket chain is set to eliminate all plastic bags by the end of 2022.

The company  the goal is to "shift all customers to reusable bags".

Bosses say it's the best option to solve the "environmental challenge" of single-use grocery bags.

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Wegmans plans on incentivizing reusable bags, but if you forget your bags, it's going to cost you.

The supermarket is reportedly set to charge customers five cents per bag.

Through their initiative to end plastic bag use, Wegmans bosses say they will be preventing around 345million single-use bags from circulation each year.

Shoppers may be thinking why Wegmans doesn't have an apostrophe in its name.

When the chain was founded by John and Walter Wegman in 1916, it had an apostrophe but it was dropped in 1931.

Bosses realized that adding an apostrophe to every single store sign would have cost more than $500,000, according to the company.

They would have had to change the logos on products and bags.

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