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What a crock. We Americans have it so easy. Have you ever been to another country and seen a supermarket like Ralph's or Safeway? It's a luxury that very few regions of this world get to enjoy, and all we can do is complain about customer service or cleanliness, in our superluxury supermarkets. What a joke. If you don't like your supermarket, go to a different one, or even try growing your own food, like millions of people across the globe do because they don't have any other choice. Shame, shame, shame....
AC is low so always hot! Again 30 check outs with 2 open? But they think they need a smaller store to get people through faster? Hire more ck out people!!! Clean the store better and watch out at the Deli!
What I find interesting if these stores are so disliked, why are they still in business? Gee is because we are so stupid to keep paying them for bad service.
When and if ever as a society are we going to get off our backsides and keep are war bucks in our pockets an quit rewarding these rip offs. Comcast---what a scam, who pays under a 100 buck for all the useless crape they feed us.
everyone hates Walmart but everyone still shops at Walmat? So whats that say about walmart?
you hate it but you know you will get it cheaper and they will have it!!!
LOL, least liked, Walmart? Sorry folks, I've eaten at 4 and 5 star restaurants in the past month, but for daily shopping, I have no problem with Wal-mart. It doesn't carry gourmet foods and I won't buy their imported, Chinese, farm-grown fish, but the staples are a bargain.
Bread, cereal, meats, eggs, and milk are the same anywhere, so I buy from the store that gives me the best price, and in my area it's Wal-mart. What's to hate about low prices on main-stream items?
From working in retail, customer service, including a grocery store, your shopping experience depends a lot on LOCATION. Great grocery stores with good layouts, great employees and managers, decent prices, and good customers etc. are located in the "good areas" ie high class, high socioeconomic, areas, whatever you want to call it....Even when these areas get a fast food restaurant, its usually better than the rest! Working in stores in these areas are better! Usually they pay a little more, and you hardly ever run into druggies, food stamps, people with no money,rude customers, dumb customers that can't seem to find their way out of a paper bag, unorganized couponers, etc.
Not everywhere, but its like that in many areas.
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