Cary >The Fresh Market
Not impressed.... I was surprised by this high priced market's relatively poor sanitation rating in their deli section -- a 90.5 last I checked. In comparison, the deli at the Harris Teeter I go to has a rating of 101. They also don't list the ingredients of their salads and other items the way Whole Foods does. And, the checkout lines are usually longer than I would like.
Disappointed. It's unfortunate that one of the best places to find a good cut of meat also brings forth some of the most unfriendly people I've met in my vast experience with customer service. Again and again I encounter some of the rudest people behind the meat counter and as late as yesterday was greated with a friendly, "yeah?" from the deli department. I was hoping she was just continuing her conversation with another person behind the counter but nope, this was her way of saying, "hello, how may I help you"? Wow! But this is only one example of my experiences with their service. The meat department remains one of the most obnoxious places I visit in my shopping experiences. Rolling of the eyes, yelling at their customers like we are cattle and then being less than helpful when asked to cut meat, etc. I will continue to look for an alternate place that leaves me feeling better about my experience after I leave.
Gourmet goods, classy surroundings attract foodies to this posh supermarket.
With its classical music, ambient lighting and artful displays, this pricey North Carolina-based chain adds a touch of class to the often mundane chore of grocery shopping. Along with top-of-the-line meat, seafood and produce sections, the store carries hard-to-find spices, coffees, fresh herbs, wines and prepared dishes. Baked goods, especially the homemade fruit pies and French pastries, are particularly noteworthy.
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