From when we tagged along with Mom at the grocery store to the turn-of-the-century grocer’s which looked like something straight out of an old Western, grocery stores sure have changed. Some of the check stands, displays, and products of the modern era seem entirely foreign when compared with these old time grocery stores. Some of them are downright quaint!

State Archives of Florida
1959. Via/ State Archives of Florida

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State Archives of Florida
Remember grocery boys who would help you to your car? Photo from the 1940s. Via/ State Archives of Florida
Library of Congress
1895. Via/ Library of Congress

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Library of Congress
Those cans of peas work out to 7.5 cents a piece back in 1936. Via/ Library of Congress
State Archives of Florida
Oleo demonstration in 1951. Many people had never eaten margarine at this point in time. Via/ State Archives of Florida

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