Tonight's Panorama reassured me I'm not unreasonable in holding grudges against supermarkets.
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In short, the stranglehold of supermarkets is getting tighter and the consequences for the quality of our food and the environment are deeply worrying.
Even more worrying is the herd-like instinct of many people, politicians and planners here in the Highlands who think big out-of-town supermarkets are a good thing.
I attended a recent community council meeting at which Sainsbury's bumper stickers were being handed out. Needless to say I didn't take one.
While I understand consumers craving choice the answer is not a massive shed of a shop that you have to drive to and in which you buy bland overpackaged food sold at knock down prices that put small producers out of business, damage independent high street retailers and only provide unskilled, uncertain jobs.