Best grocery store in the country. Everything else is literally trash.
>Never been to wegmans
Actual flyover detected
OH, ok. So nothing special about "Wegmans", at all. Just another warehouse grocer.
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It isn't racist when you live in Atlanta. Just stating the obvious.
What is racist is when you vote for left wing parties because you don't want to be seen as racist. Then you don't live anywhere near brown people on purpose.
>tfw United Supermarkets/Market Street/Amigos are in mostly an irrelevant part of Texas, so not too many people know how great they are
I wish I still lived near one of these. They're amazing. GOAT grocery store
If you're unfortunate to live in flyover country, this is a goddamn oasis
Out of curiosity, does anyone else in this thread regularly shop multiple stores depending on what they need? I can't imagine shopping at a single store, if I was wealthy and pressed for time I'd probably shop exclusively at whole foods since their quality seems uniformly good, but otherwise every grocery does certain things better than others:
I get my spices and some produce from small local Asian, Mexican, and Indian stores.
I get dairy and eggs and the occasional meat item from one of the big chain supermarkets: King Soopers (Kroger), Safeway, or Walmart.
I buy bread flour and spinach from Costco - the rest of their prices are surprisingly high in my experience.
I get my oats (in 50# sacks), most produce, and other bulk stuff from Sprouts.
The Sprouts near me used to be my favorite grocery, but then they raised all their produce and bulk-bin prices (which was basically everything I buy/bought there) about 6 months ago, now they only have good deals about half of the time.
We have these where I live too, they're basically Whole Foods but smaller in scale. Oddly enough the one near me is the cheapest place to buy wheat and oat bran, and the only place I know of that carries more than one kind of rye flour - everything else they sell is pricey.