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How do you say this in English (US)? 明日、スーパーでウインナーを買います。

Can I say, "I'm going to buy some wieners at the supermarket tomorrow."? When I say ウインナー here in Japanese, I'm thinking of a package of wieners. The package might contain eight pieces of wieners for example. The image is like I go to the local supermarket, grab a package of wieners, pay at the cashier, and go back home. I don't want to specify the number of package to buy and say, ウインナーを一袋(ひとふくろ)買います, which means "I'm going to buy a package of wieners." I just want to generally say, "ウインナーを買います," which literally means "I'm going to buy wieners." In that sense, can I say, "I'm going to buy some wieners at the supermarket tomorrow."? Thank you for your help!
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