Hi Ladies, Most of you here I presume are in different parts of the US for years together. I just wanted to take your opinions on something that I noticed with the Indian grocery stores. I shop in a couple of Indian grocery stores in the place where we live - Philadelphia. I have noticed that when they bill the items, the bills don't have a proper description and it just reads as item 1, item 2, etc. Also items like spice powders, ready to eat mix, oil, atta and other flours do not have expiry dates in them. I'm not sure whether it is the same with Indian grocery stores in many places in the US. But I noticed the same issue with some Indian stores in Dallas too when we had been there. I'm sure most of the Indian items that we frequently shop in Indian stores are imported from India. Isn't it essential to have expiry dates listed? What if we buy some expired stuff and kids, expecting moms or elderly people eat it? Also, why don't they have proper descriptions on the bill? Isn't it convenient to quickly check the rate and the items we purchase? I don't find this problem with any of the American departmental stores here. I'm not telling this to let down Indian by anyway. I love my country and I am happy to be with our people and long to get our Indian things here. But just curious why this happens?!