This is a new grocery store that just opened within the last two weeks. They accept cash, check or debit cards but no credit cards. They claim they can pass on savings and better pricing by not accepting credit cards and paying fees. Other than the few promotional, "lost leader" items, I did not find their prices to be lower or exceptional in any way. They do offer a lot of items in small, medium or bulk sizes, so that may be of interest to some. What they don't advertise is they hire no sackers. They have checkers to check out your items, but they send them down a long conveyor belt and the customer has to bag all of their own items. I was in line behind a woman who had about $ 160 worth of items. They couldn't take a credit card, so she attempted to write a check. The address on her check and on her driver's license did not match so they would not accept her check. She had an old debit card that she rarely uses, but she had trouble remembering the PIN number. Once they finally got the payment accepted, then I still had to stand there and wait for this elderly person to bag all of her own items before the checker could start checking out my items to send them down the conveyor belt. This might be a store I will run in and pick up an item here or there, but it will definitely not be a place I will shop when buying any large quantity of items or doing big shopping. Very disappointed.
16. Hall's Grocery
Great little farmers market ---- that just happens to offer some fabulous bottles of wine (including wines from nearby Delaney Vineyards). In addition to the wines, and beer, you can get all kinds of amazingly fresh fruits and vegetables, just like you would at any roadside stand in Smalltown, U…
We have been shopping this store for three decades, through all the various owners. These owners have cleaned up the shop and made it shopper friendly. Although the produce area is small the variety is terrific and fresh. Frozen foods has a good variety BUT nothing is organic and all the products contain wheat . If you need gluten free as our family does that can pose a challenge. Dry goods are a good source and most from India,although very few that are organic. All in all we are able to purchase traditional foods,but not most jarred or packaged items due to the preservatives and High sugars or corn content.
We have used WinCo twice. Check-out was smooth, absolutely no waiting at 4:00 P.M. on a Saturday. Each bill was $110 to $120. Typically at Kroger we pay between $160 and $180. We will definitely continue to shop at WinCo.In response to a previous review. The customer was 100% at fault. All items that I could remember the price for, were less at WinCo. One stop grocery shopping. Some items the selection is limited (i.e. paper towels)
It's got a very good selection of Indian assortments and condiments. Frozen Idlies, dosas and chappathis, ready made batter, ready made mtr mixes,indian brand oils, rice etc. Just don't ever but the stuff they have on sale, EVER! Their sales stuff is always only and terrible
I would give it another star but they always seem to have only one cashier on the times I have shopped there. Long lines and no other employees are around to help. Good prices on produce. Their brands are very comparable to Well known brands.
I didn't care for their meat at all. And the chicken wasn't that great either, They claim Angus Beef but it sure didn't taste like Angus to me. Would not recommend at all.
They carry their operations in a professional manner. They are first, and also cover most commodities for their target customers(Africans).
Love to try new things! Friendly staff, helpful, good products. Should visit more. Love the Tiger nuts! Will come again
Don't try calling this store. They never ever answer the phone. it just rings and rings.
yes, aldis has all the food i need, the sales are just great, ; )