SPERO NEWS - Thursday, January 17, 2008 By Kathy Tzilivakis
"No cash? No cards? No problem for hundreds of jobless, low-income families and senior citizens who can now shop for free in Greece.
At first glance it looks like any other supermarket. Housewives, senior citizens and couples with young children busily browse aisles stacked high with brand-name products, filling their shopping carts with cornflakes, fresh milk, eggs, canned foods, frozen vegetables, soft drinks, diapers, shampoo and cleaning supplies.
But look closer, and you'll spot the difference.
There are no cash registers. Not even a debit card machine. In fact, all money transactions are prohibited..."
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