Sunday, March 2, 2008

Do not adjust your set...

Ok, it sucks, but you get an idea of what the Vosges displays looks like. The last visible bar is the Mo's Bacon Bar on the right. There are two more bars to the right of that that aren't in the picture. It's definitely the largest number of Vosges I've seen anywhere in the Valley. I've never seen anything besides candy bars and their cocoa (seen at AJ's) before. The boxes on the bottom are caramels and even a peanut butter chocolate thing on the far bottom right.

Again, I apologize for the blurriness, but the lady forbade me just as I took the picture.


David SB said...

Photographus interruptus? I don't violate photography bans and don't encourage others to do so, but I wish more businesses realized that when they ban photography the result may be just what we see in this post: blurry photos that make the business look worse than if overt photography had been allowed . A better solution is the policy in place at many concerts these days: Photos allowed but no professional equipment (detachable lenses, tripods, etc.) allowed.

Maybe Whole Foods is scared of union organizers photographing things out of context in order to claim poor conditions at a store. Fresh and Easy also has a photography ban, and I suspect the union issue may be a major reason for it.

Geggie said...

For WFM it's alot about competition, althought geez, they're shutting most of the little guys down, so I don't know who that competition is. I'm interested to find out if that's a permenent end cap or just a temp.