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  • 1.Big Y Market

    7353 Highway 160 S

    Littcarr,KY

    5.92 mi

    BBB Rating: A+
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    53 Old House Branch Rd

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    11.51 mi

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02/02/2013
By: kbapril23
Yoder's Bulk Foods
They no longer have fresh bread like they once did. I used to love to shop at Yoder's because they always had fresh delicious homemade bread. I would drive 32 miles, one way to purchase their bread. However, the last several times I have gone there specifically to purchase their bread, I have found it to be very stale. I made them aware of this on the off chance they did not know. I do not know what has changed or why they now always have stale bread but if something doesn't change soon, I will be forced to give up on Yoder's. That would be a shame as I know they do know how to do things right when they want to. I will be more than happy to edit my review for them when they start selling fresh bread again.
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