Contains four shopping carts, four shopping lists, and 32 item cards.
The item cards depict: oranges, peppers, loaf of bread, bacon (different cut), apple juice, pasta, washing powder (laundry detergent), socks, strawberries, aubergines (eggplant), cheese (holey so most likely Swiss), frozen pizza, stir-fry sauce, water, toilet paper, teddy (stuffed toy), bananas, tomatoes, milk, chicken, baked beans, sweets (candy?), toothpaste, music CD, apples, carrots, eggs, soup, tinned tuna (canned tuna), cereal, bubble bath, and magazine.
Pros: Contains a lot of items. Game is simple to understand and play. I can use the tiles for a lot of educational purposes that have nothing to do with the game.
Cons: The names of some items are different in the USA from the UK. I thought the selection of items was a tad odd. No common staples like butter, yogurt, or peanut butter etc.
Overall, I really wanted all those wonderful item tiles to use for lots of other purposes including separating by food group, feeding the monster dexterity game, meal planning, learning words for common objects, etc. Just so much you can teach with these tiles. We can also play the original game too but its not why I bought it.
NOTE: A new updated version was released. My review pertains the version before 2015.