The last time I checked, there were over 2.8 million tonnes of grocery items in Ireland.
And that was before the recent surge in the value of the euro.
But, for those of us that live in a country that has no shortage of food and staples, packing your own boxes and trays is an important step to take.
I recently bought a pack rat box in Dublin, which is just over the border in Co Galway.
It is, as you might expect, a bit big, so I filled it with my groceries.
It was also packed with fresh fruit and vegetables, but there were also some pretty heavy items such as meat, milk and eggs.
I was able to take in some of the food and drink that I needed in a way that I can’t in the UK, where I don’t have the option of having a box full of food to pack on my own.
The problem is, packing for yourself is a bit of a chore, as there are a lot of logistics involved, including picking the right packing material, and then sorting it.
The packing of the boxes in Ireland has been fairly simple, though, and I can get by with just about anything.
However, packing the boxes yourself can be a bit more complicated, and if you are just starting out in Ireland, there is a good chance that you will need to pay more than you’d like.
I went with a very cheap package to Ireland, from Amazon.com, but the cheapest packing material is usually from Aldi.
I bought the same Aldi package from a local shop, and it also came in the same size as my Aldi box.
I used this as my guide, because there are no Aldi boxes anywhere near as big as the box I bought.
However, I am sure that if I was going to have to go the Aldi route, I would be able to fit a little more in there.
I also bought two bags of the same material, because I wanted to save money.
However you pack your groceries, make sure that you make a note of the weight, dimensions and storage capacity.
You will need these when you are filling the boxes with your groceries.
I packed the box with my three packs of crisps and some other staples that I had in my fridge.
I would also like to note that I have a few items that I packed into my bin, and one of them was a packet of organic peas and carrots, which I used to make a very tasty vegetarian soup.
There are lots of vegetables to choose from, and some of them were really good, too.
This was my best decision, and although I was surprised by how much I was saving by packing my own food, I did not regret it.
I think that the convenience of having this stuff in my bag would make me feel more comfortable buying food locally rather than in stores.
I know that I would still get a bit hungry when I would have to pick up the last pack, but that is a small price to pay for the convenience.
I have always had a hard time getting enough food when I’m out and about, and packing my groceries was just a way of reducing that load.