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Once again an article all about NY and surrounding area, oh and I guess they heard about food lion from somewhere and decided to add it to the list. Honsetly, i have had decent experiences at Food lion, so i am not sure where the problem is. Here in Texas United and Albertsons are so overpriced, we have no choice but to shop wal-mart.
This article is quite a stretch. Rating individual store is one thing. But just because one retail store in a chain, does not meet a consumers expectation does not mean they are like that. Typical American Consumer, “I had a bad experience at XXXX, so I will never go in any of their Store’s again.” So they lump them all together. I have shopped many of the Grocery stores some good, some not so good. But I’m not one to say they are all bad, just because of the experience at one.
In my opinion it is the American consumer, worker that has brought about a lot of the negative changes that have taken place today. The American consumer wants the cheapest price and the American worker wants the highest wages. And guess what they are both one in the same.
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.
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