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08/22/2015
By: Bob G.
Market Of Choice
I bought $12 worth of packaged mushrooms, only to find mold on them when I opened the package an hour later while making dinner. My partner called them and asked for a credit. They refused to give us a credit unless we've brought back the mushrooms. On the surface that might seem reasonable, but if you think about it, it's not. I'm not spending 30-40 minutes driving there and back for $12 - my time is more valuable than that. They made the mistake, not me, so I don't see how it's reasonable to waste my time and money to correct it. I'm going with a simpler solution: I'll no longer shop at that location. I may even look for another store altogether.
07/10/2014
By: Stephanie A.
Duck Stop Market
I've been buying hot deli food, and other items from The Duck Stop for over a year now. The food is fresh, and they even have a menu and offer burgers! The prices are good too. They carry a little bit of everything from groceries like potatoes, frozen meals, and milk, to necessities like deodorant. The people working there helped me find my lost dog and always have a good energy about them. All in all one of the better or even best quickstopstore ive come by.
08/26/2013
By: bill.braaten
Red Barn Natural Grocery
Neighborhood "organic" marketThe staff is friendly,and knowable.I found Bulk maple syrup there, great price.If your looking for "natural" in a non-corporate environment this is a good place.I shop at Red Barn AND Wal-Mart .... balance is a wonderful thingI gave an extra star to counteract the idiot that did not like the street performer outside.
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02/25/2017
By: Raena J.
Fern Ridge Market
Friendly employees clean but some items out dated and frozen goods had freezer burn. But selection was good so we're prices.
01/09/2013
By: charlesmpotts
Everyones Market River Rd
very nice people...much better prices then local markets.
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