The temperature in the grocery store was almost 80

It was almost 80° inside of the grocery store on Monday, when I went to pick up all of my items from the store. I was supposed to go through the line on the side of the building, but there were cars filling the parking lot. I did not want to wait for a spot. I went into the store and I I told the manager that I was there to pick up my groceries. She instructed me to go to an area near the back of the store where they were also doing grocery pick-up. I immediately noticed the temperature inside of the store as I walked past the bread, milk, and eggs. It was warm and uncomfortable. Even in the area near the freezers, the temperature seems to be warm. When I got back to the area where the grocery pick-up was located, I made a comment about the indoor temperature. The lady behind the counter told me that they recently decided to change the indoor temperature of all stores in the region. Instead of lowering the temperatures to make customers more comfortable, the executives decided it would be more cost-effective for the company to raise the indoor temperature by two degrees. You might not think there is a huge difference between 76 degrees and 78 degrees, but apparently it is noticeable because I felt the temperature change. I told the woman behind the counter that I hoped that was not going to be a change that would stick around and she just shrugged her shoulders and nodded.

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