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General Info
Founded in 1871 in downtown Los Angeles, Smart & Final operates more than 225 non-membership warehouse stores specializing in food and foodservice supplies throughout California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho and northern Mexico. The company s stores offer culinary equipment and supplies, food products and cleaning products in bulk and at discount prices. The company offers customers a free SmartAdvantage card, which entitles the cardholder to advance notice of special store promotions, a dedicated toll-free customer service line and opportunities for additional discounts. Smart & Final is a publicly held corporation with common stock traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SMF. Smart & Final is headquartered at City of Commerce, Calif.
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Extra Phones

Toll Free: (800) 894-0511

Payment method
visa, cash, mastercard
Neighborhood
Commerce
Categories
Supermarkets & Super Stores, Grocery Stores

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Pamela A.

11/26/2020

Overall

Purchased a package of First Street assorted donuts. I can honestly say these are the worst donuts I have ever tasted. My husband spent 40years as a long distance truck driver and will eat anything. He would not eat the donuts and the grandson agreed. These were the worst donuts we ever tasted. If the store wasn’t 16 miles away I would return to the store. Even the macaws would not eat them.

Sandy S.

11/15/2008

Overall
First Street Beef Pot Roast

Terrible! There is so much fat in the package - when I was warming it, I kept spooning the fat out - when I got it down to a low level, I tried the meat and there is so much fat and grissle in the meat chunks it was difficult to get around for the meat! I will never buy this or any other meal by Amerifoods again and will tell all my friends about this terrible experience!

myganny4

09/22/2008

Overall
NASTY POTATO SALAD

IF THESE ARE THE PRODUCTS THAT YOU TURN OUT, YOU SHOULD BE OUT OF BUSINESS SOON. HOPEFULLY SO. I PAID $ 5.99 RECENTLY TO SMART AND FINAL FOR SOME POTATO SALAD THAT HAD HALF COOKED POTATOES AND SOME OTHER DISGUSTING INGREDIENTS. I ATE ONE SPOON FULL, SPIT IT OUT AND DUMPED THE REST INTO THE TRASH. I NORMALLY MAKE MY OWN POTATO SALAD BUT HAD NO TIME TO DO SO. BUT I WILL MAKE THE TIME FROM NOW ON.



WHO PUTS THIS STUFF TOGETHER FOR YOUR COMPANY? THEY NEED A NEW PROFESSION BECAUSE THEY OBVIOUSLY HAVE NO CONCEPT OF HOW TO MAKE A GOOD POTATO SALAD. I HAVE WARNED ALL OF MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY AND THEY IN TURN HAVE WARNED THE PEOPLE THAT THEY KNOW. WE DON'T WANT ANYONE TO GET SICK EATING THIS STUFF.



YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO PUT OUT A BAD PRODUCT LIKE THIS

mysharona

07/04/2008

Overall
Terrible

I bought their coleslaw for Fourth of July barbecue, but I had to throw it away. The cabbage, processed into tiny pieces, was soft, obviously old. The coleslaw was soggy and had strange ingredients. I've been making coleslaw for 50 years, and any cook knows that the ingredients for coleslaw are: crisp cabbage grated into thin strips (not processed), mayonnaise, vinegar, a TINY bit of sugar, and freshly-grated pepper. The cabbage is tossed lightly with the mixture so it doesn't get too wet. This stuff had soybean oil, water, high-fructose corn syrup, 14 grams of sugar, xanthan gum, ascorbic acid,salt, and half a dozen preservatives that failed to preserve. It even contained EGG YOLK. The label said "use by August 1, 2008." It was no good today, July 4, so by August 1 it would have been disgusting. What I particularly don't like is that they have no mechanism through which to e-mail them my discontent with their product. I can't give them even one star.



If they want my business, the products should be fresh, clean, healthy, and free of unnenecessary additives.