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What's Your Favorite Grocery Store?

What's Your Favorite Grocery Store of 2010?

What has been your go-to grocer this year? While supermarkets may be shooting for Santa's "nice" list in 2010, with Walmart going local with its produce, Trader Joe's adopting sustainable seafood standards, and Target putting the kibosh on farmed salmon, you may have preferred a small-scale shop or farmers market over super stores and warehouses. Or maybe it just came down to convenience? I live a few blocks away from a Whole Foods, so it usually wins out for me. But I'm wondering, where did you shop this year?

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fuzzles fuzzles 5 years
My local natural foods co-op. I'm a card-carrying member! :woohoo:
adtafoya adtafoya 5 years
Berkeley Bowl!
amber512 amber512 5 years
I shop at three different stores. WinCo (for cheap stuff) New Seasons (for organic and healthy stuff) and Fred Meyer (when I need stuff in between shopping trips).
Soniabonya Soniabonya 5 years
Sprouts. It's like a cross between Whole Foods and TJ's. It's bigger than TJ's with fresh meats/deli/baked goods/bulk items but not as big or as expensive as WF, because they won't have certain items that you would only find at a store like WF. Also, Sprout's shelved aisle's are no taller than 5.5-6ft. I can see clear across one end of the store to another, which is actually rather nice, but then again it doesn't hold as much food as larger shelves stores. I also like the New Leaf Market, though I only go there periodically if I am in the Santa Cruz area.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 5 years
My vote goes to Cal-Mart, my neighborhood store. It's so incredibly pricey, but it truly has everything under one roof — obscure cuts of meat, gourmet food items, that vintage ham-in-a-can, trashy and classy liquor...
bellakaoru bellakaoru 5 years
I think it's northeast only, but Hannaford is the best!
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