Most products you buy do not come with a written warranty. For example, when you go to the supermarket, you assume that the stocked items are fresh and edible. This is especially important when the food is prepackaged and you can't visibly inspect it. In such cases, you are relying on the market's implied warranties when you check out and pay your bill. If you get home and the milk is sour, you can expect to return it for a full refund.
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