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Before the remodeling, my family avoided this store. Everything you hated about large stores was wrapped up in a filthy package staffed with people who behaved with the same morale as someone sentenced to community service: not much. But, since the three year? remodel wrapped up, we have been pleasantly surprised with the new look, feel and attitude. The produce is better, the organization is better, the staff is better. The lines for the cashiers aren't too long but I prefer the u-scans anyhow. I'm tech savvy and can get through and on my way pretty fast. My favorite upgrade? They now have machines in the produce section that render a label with a barcode on it. The register knows exactly what you have in your produce bag because of that label. It makes check outs super fast, especially for our family because we eat a lot of produce. I also love the price check posts all around the store. If for some reason an item isn't clearly marked, you can scan the barcode and the current price will pop up. And above those little price checkers, there is a red phone. If you pick it up, it rings to a staff member's phone. You can get a quick answer for anything you need or if you prefer, you can have someone meet you wherever you are in the store within moments. It's also easier than ever to use coupons and/or bottle return slips while shopping. I use my free MPerks card every time I shop. I can go online or access the app on my phone to see at a glance, which coupons and deals are available; as well as, view all my receipts and my total savings this year. The only negatives I've experienced is in a store this large, surely tiled diagonal aisles coming from each corner and converging in the center isn't an awful idea. It would cut down congestion and commute time from one end of the store to the other. As it stands, it takes more than fifteen minutes of weaving through areas to get from one corner to another, which is pretty annoying if I'm grocery shopping and forgot something in the pharmaceutical section. Also, I hate this parking lot. Not necessarily the spaces or cart corrals but the areas on which we're to drive have blind spots and not enough stop signs. People drive like idiots through and around this lot. Honestly, you all have the power to change that. It won't look good if someone were to ever get clipped by a driver in your lot. Besides that, I'm happy happy happy with all the changes! This store is gorgeous!
Very friendly workers, awesome service, great atmosphere, delicious ice cream... Why the 3-star rating? Because the serving sizes are a literal joke. Pictured are the single and double servings, $2.50 and $3.50 respectively. I don't know if you can tell just how small they are (I tried to include the pencil for comparison), but the single was literally about four bites. Hands down the smallest serving of ice cream I have ever received from somewhere. Like I said, the service was very good, the workers were eager to offer samples and friendly banter, but honestly I will not go back here when I can go a minute west to Walmart and actually get what I pay for. Sorry... Up the portions and you'll have an amazing business!
I have been a Lansing resident for my whole life..... I have always lived on the east side of town and shopped at Sunset Food Market.... They have great service and freindly staff working all time... i purchase meat bundles for my family and we enjoy the fresh meats (and real low prices) they always have a great assortment of meats and other foods fresh veggies too :) I highly recommend shopping at Sunset Food Market ty and have a great day, - Honest customer