I have never seen anyone buy anything out of those self-serve salad bars by the deli in supermarkets. Personally I wouldn't want to buy food that's been sitting out for God knows how long in a public space.
I'm trying to reduce my nicotine reliance so I smoke less these days, but I prefer cigarettes over vaping. Vaping actually hurt my lungs worse than smoking cigs. I guess my lungs tolerate smoke more than a coating of propylene glycol.It's not really food related but in the age of vaping pens, e cigs and the real cost ads being everywhere, does anyone even buy packs/cartons of regular cigarettes anymore? I see them stacked up behind the counters of most stores with a whole carton of Marlboros going for like 90 bucks.
Mind you that there is a legitimate difference in cigarette quality. American Spirits and Nat Sherman's are higher end brands that I could see someone buying a carton of; less additives (none in Spirits) and smoother taste. What I wouldn't understand is someone buying a carton of Parliments or Newports. Those taste like shit and are full of additives. On average people tend to buy their tobacco at the gas station or a dedicated smoke shops these days, I've never seen someone buy cigs at the grocery store.