Templates for grocery list?

I am looking for a LaTeX template for grocery lists. I’d like to create some standard list to check off if I am running out of something. I already saw the question Trying to create a shopping list template, need guidance adjusting line spacing and think the right part of the pdf illustrates what I am looking for.

So, is there any template that might be a start?

• So you are looking for a list with a box as the label item instead of the default circle? Everything you need for that can be found in the answer you linked to. – Benjamin Mar 18 '16 at 0:49
• The answer in the question you linked to (by @StephenBSegletes) would seem to do what you want already. Just modify the \def of \boxcol to list your grocery items and how the definition is reused later on. – jon Mar 18 '16 at 4:47

Really you do not need any template, only the standard itemize environment and items with the optional argument (i.e, \item[...]) where you can change the dots by your preferred check/checked box, for example:

\usepackage{amssymb} % in the preamble
% ....................................
\begin{itemize}
\item[$\square$] foo
\item[$\boxtime$] bar
\end{itemize}


Or

\usepackage{wasysym} % in the preamble
% ....................................
\begin{itemize}
\item[\Square] Coffee
\end{itemize}


Novices, dummies and lazy asses could find interesting make the check list with Zim:

and then just export to LaTeX (File > Export ... ) to obtain the wasysym's check list option.

However, if you want just edit LaTeX code but with a custom/easy check list environment, no problem:

\documentclass{scrartcl}
\usepackage{xparse}
\def\pick{\item[\fboxsep0pt\fbox{\phantom{$\times$}}]}
\def\picked{\item[\fboxsep0pt\fbox{$\times$}]}
\NewDocumentEnvironment{shopping}{O{Shopping}}{%
\section*{\MakeUppercase #1  list}%
\begin{itemize}}{\end{itemize}}
\begin{document}

\begin{shopping}
\pick Beer
\pick Pizza
\picked  Chips
\pick The \TeX book
\end{shopping}

\begin{shopping}[tea time]
\pick Tea
\pick Sugar
\pick Milk
\picked Coffee
\end{shopping}

\end{document}