Firstly, I have no idea what this means (I may go back and check though):
Next, one for the apostrophe police. Although thinking about it perhaps it was indicating the price of a singular item. But it seemed rather a dramatic banner for that. You'd need hundreds of them; the ceiling would look like a re-enactment of the American Civil War. And it didn't actually have the price on it so it would be just showing you where to find the price of an item (perhaps on the item itself). Maybe there ought to be a 'd' on the end and a little man sitting with some weighing scales and a pricing machine. Then it would definitely be one for the apostrophe police. Anyway, it's a moot point as it was pointing at a pile of metal sieves:
However, if you want to buy spices, you've come to the right place, this section was fantastic:
Can you imagine that in the Tesco Metro in Bromley at closing time? It'd be aromatic bedlam...