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Aldi's is the best grocer in this area.
Food Lion is Food Lion
Martin's and Giant Foods have great customer service, and astronomical prices.
Wal-Mart is Satan.
What more do you need to know?
Trader Joe's is a great place to shop and what they do sell is high quality at a surprisingly low price, but they're not a full service supermarket. They only sell food items, and mostly prepared foods, beverages and dry goods at that. Their meat and produce selections are limited, and they don't sell non-food items such as paper goods, plastic utensils and cleaning supplies.
Sprouts sells everything Trader Joe's does, plus a good selection of non-food items as well. The quality and price are similar to TJ's but you can get most everything you need from the same store.
I'm glad Whole Foods didn't make this list. The quality of their merchandise is very good, but not good enough to justify the grossly inflated prices.
Little known fact outside Texas: H-E-B stands for the initials of its founder, H.E. Butt. No lie!
They were even one of the best grocers way back in the '80s...
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