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Supermarkets carried a variety of goods, described by Ianto Jones as belonging to 21st century "consuming society".

Ianto suggested Diane Holmes, John Ellis and Emma-Louise Cowell use 25 pounds for food, and then 20 pounds for luxury goods like cigarettes and magazines. Supermarkets also sold DVDs and personal care products like mascara. Upon first walking through the automatic doors, Diane marvelled about the "bananas!" (TV: Out of Time)

In 2012, Flip Jackson worked at the supermarket Fresh Goods. (AUDIO: The Curse of Davros)

Supermarkets such as Asda or Tesco had their own brands of various products, (PROSE: Future Legend, Annabel Regina, COMIC: The Widow's Curse) and even their own best seller book lists. (PROSE: The Unhappy Medium)

Frobisher, a shapeshifter, told the Sixth Doctor he spent fourteen years in the form of a supermarket till. (COMIC: Voyager)

The Seventh Doctor staged a rebellion with a gang of robots at an alien supermarket. (PROSE: The Shopping Trolleys of Doom)

Myriam, a hairdresser, helped the Eighth Doctor and Lucie Miller to rid a supermarket of tomatoes which contained an alien biological weapon. (AUDIO: Late Night Shopping)

During a trip to a supermarket, the Tenth Doctor and Martha Jones encountered a rampaging warrior called Thaur. (COMIC: Wrath of the Warrior)

The Tenth Doctor visited a supermarket in London in 2010 to buy Brainy Crisps. (PROSE: Code of the Krillitanes)