As any KCL knows, there are times when you'll have a shopping cart full and running over with deals [...]1. Set canned items in the front of the cart This gives you a base for stacking your fruits and vegetables on top of a solid foundation [...] 2. Place heavy or large items underneath the cart These can be easily transferred during checkout without disturbing the other groceries or squashing them [...] multi-packs of drinks large bulk items milk detergent 3. Stock fruit and veggies toward the front of the car [...] I usually place my purse and coupons in the top section of a cart (near the handles) so I can't use this space for fragile items [...] 4. Place multiples together There's nothing more frustrating than buying 10 of an item and finding them in all different areas of your receipt [...] 5. Separate cleaning and grooming items from edible gro [...] Has anyone ever had toilet-bowl cleaner leak on your hand? I have because the lid was loose and I definitely don't want this liquid on my groceries! One of my habits is to check the lid of any liquid that I purchase to prevent spillage [...] This is a guest post by Tammy in North Carolina.