I went to food city to get some hispanic food, and i was in a hurry, I just moved to this area few months ago, and when i stepped into the store i noticed it was very clean , but like i said i was in a hurry, there was a worker there that out performed my expectation.. He was great i couldent find an item and he asked me if i needed help, I said yes, he directed me right to the item i was looking for, and when, I went up and i noticed the line was little busy, but it was a peak time every body was getting off wk, the kind worker walked up with me and asked if i needed anything else, I said no but when he looked at the line and i told him i was im a hurry earlier, he rushed and opened a register for the people in line. I was inpressed that he truly cared on his work, I asked his name and he said his name was jean and he was the store director. I never seen a store director worked that hard and cared that much. I wish there was more people like him. most grocery store people rairly help.. but give the store and his great service a 9.5 .. thx Tim.G
Since Wild Oats (on Camelback and 40th St.) was taken over by Whole Foods, and subsequently closed, despite promising everyone that it would remain open, Sprouts on Indian School and 28th St. is the only alternative grocery store available in the neighborhood. They have an EXTENSIVE vitamin/mineral/supplement section in their store. Almost 1/5 of the store are these products. They have great produce (although never iceberg lettuce it seems), and a wide WIDE variety of health foods (both canned, boxed, frozen, and bagged). I personally like their deli area that carries a lot of hard to find items such as soft liverwurst (an acquired taste of those east of the Mississippi). Their fresh meat section is solid and their bakery area, although small, seems jammed packed so you can find something that fills the craving for your sweet tooth. Pricing is in line with other health food stores so be prepared to pay for quality. You don't want to go to this store and buy the eco-friendly toilet paper or paper plates. Go to Walmart for tp. It all gets flushed down the drain so spend the money wisely when visiting this store.
I Have Been going to Grand stop #3 for almost 7 years now i remember the first time i went i was at the MVD and i had got a little hungry so i orderd a turky baken sub and i was alittle piky on what i wanted well i was pregnet so i was very piky i guess well evan though i was not so nice they were very kind to me . I have to say the people in there are very kind and always have been the store it's self is clean and always has what ever i'm looking for . so when ever your in the area of 51st ave & Indianschool rd you should stop in you won't regret it ... Brandi M.