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Fred Meyer is one of the pioneers of one-stop shopping. They combine a complete grocery supermarket with a drugstore, clothing store, shoe store, fine jewelers, home decor store, home improvement center, garden center, electronics store, toy store, sporting goods store, and more under one roof.

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discover, master card, visa, amex, cash, check
Moorehand, Abbott Loop
Grocery Stores, Supermarkets & Super Stores, Pharmacies, Gas Stations
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Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Average

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Laura L.



Very convenient, just down the street from where I live. Fast service and good selection. Though there are a few thing they don't carry that Carr's does but I would still rather do my shopping there.

Connie H.


Connie Hyder

While shopping at the Abott store yesterday I stopped to shop at the deli where there was no waiting. I was the only one at the time. I was made to stand waiting for nearly 10 minutes while 3 or 4 young men visited and refused to acknowledge me. A fried or someone they knew walks up and is waited on as they all visited, me still not acknowledged. Another man and his son are waited on as I still stood there. I would have walked away, but was curious how far it would go. A woman then walks up and waits on me. I go to pay and thanked the woman for helping me. One of the young men rang me up without one word to me. Perhaps a bit more training in customer service is in order.

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Rotten veggies & bad seafood!

The main store isn't bad but I've gotten so much bad seafood there that I quit even trying. There is always rotten veggies in the bins too. It's so weird to go to other grocery stores and watch the produce guys putting fresh veggies out and taking the spoiled veggies off the shelves. At this store you can watch them put rotten veggies on the shelves.

Test them. Walk in the store and walk back to the seafood department and ask to smell the shrimp. Then walk through the veggies. The avocados are always gushy, the onions are always rotten and the broccoli is almost always rubbery. The fruits seem to be ok most of the time but the veggies are always a case of wading through the rotten ones to find the ones that haven't gone bad yet.

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