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食料品, しょくりょうひん

  • shokuryōhin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • foodstuff
  • groceries

Examples of 食料品,しょくりょうひん in a Sentence

Do you have any Japanese foods?
The store sells foodstuffs, such as butter, cheese, and sugar.
Our grocery bill soared last month because of higher vegetable prices.
Foreign businessmen living in Tokyo often complain of the high prices for imported western food.
They sell good foods at that shop.
We decided to branch out into selling some foodstuffs.
They soon used up their food supplies.
Food prices will come down soon, won't they?
Goods at the food and clothing stalls were very cheap.
With the token they could only go to the company shop and buy food or clothing from that shop.

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