The layout of all supermarkets, American or Japanese, is always the same: produce is the first section and breads are last...
Finally, we bring our overloaded shopping cart to the cashier and pay, often by check or credit card. Unlike Japan, the customer in America rarely puts their stuff into bags themselves. A member of the staff, often an elderly person or teenager does it for us.
Then out to the car, and back home, and it may be a chore to bring it all into the house ! (G.K)
overloaded shopping cart 品物で溢れかえったカート
unlike Japan 日本とは違って