Even though Trader Joe's is not a full-sized supermarket, it does have some great food at very reasonable prices. I am just about to eat some TJ's chicken chimichangas. Yummy.BKM said:Trader Joe's, being from California, does rule. But, its not really a full-sized supermarket, so...
Whole Foods-for the wealthy granolas among us. But, they are fantastic!
Try the Willy Street Co-op or the Mifflin Street Co-op.Chet said:I was going to add the local Wiccan / Vegan co-op and the local glutin-free store but I can't remember their names.
No Trader Joe's in Wisconsin? Say it ain't so! Wisconsin seems like it would be perfect for that kind of a store.Repo Man said:I has my first Trader Joes experience last weekend and that place rocks. I wish we had one in Wisconsin.
Jewel doesn't have tea?!?jordanb said:I shop at Jewel when I use a supermarket, but I tend to frequent my corner store a lot more (or I'm buying something I can't get at Jewel like tea).
It's not very good tea. Bigelow and twinnings just dosen't cut it. Also you can't buy loose tea there so you have to pay a large teabag markup on the shitty tea.Jewel doesn't have tea?!?
I thought about adding IGA... but they are one of my favourite, as well as one of my least favourite, grocers. Some are awesome... with amazing delis and fresh produce, and some are total holes. The one here in St. Albert is wonderful!michaelskis said:What about:
Super One Foods
There's a new Bi-Lo in Clemson that's pretty good...Starbucks and all, but when it comes down to it, you can't beat Publix. I heard that one is going to be built in Seneca...That would have saved you a little drive time.Downtown said:In South Carolina, Publix was our store of choice. We used to drive the 25 minutes from Clemson to Anderson to do our weekly shopping there, for meat, deli and produce.