Fresh Thyme Farmers Market - 86th Indianapolis IN
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Ryan Hostetler: 03/15/2017 22:17
Fresh is the real word for this place!!! Great selection of good food for you. Great prices. Friendly staff.
Ssheldon618: 03/04/2017 21:20
A really good place to shop. Never too crowded and they carry a lot of hard to find items. The price isn't bad, but it isn't a place where you can shop and get a way with a weeks worth of groceries for a family of four for less than 180$. Clean and the checkout is really fast and well executed.
Alison O: 02/23/2017 07:28
I have been going here for about a year now. I do not do all of my shopping here but I do shop the sales, and also buy regular price things that you can't find anywhere else (bulk albanese gummy bears, mini pita breads (in whole wheat!) etc.). Their produce is amazing..found it to be better tasting, and fresher than when I go to Kroger sometimes. Their bulk section is also amazing! My interactions with the employees have also been overall positive.
Christopher Oliver: 02/16/2017 22:36
I love your store, as I'm in there at least twice a week to purchase fresh fruits, nuts, vegetables, etc. Mostly fruits, of which I love your selection. But today's visit (2/16/17) was not great at all. I gathered my fruits and decided to get a sandwich from the deli as lunch. This is the 2nd time I've tried a sandwich from the deli. The first time I ordered a simple turkey sandwich with provolone, lettuce, tomato and mayo. Sounds simple, right? Well, when I got back to work, I discovered that my sandwich did not have mayo. I don't like dry sandwiches. At all. But, I ate it, vowing that it would be some time, if at all, before I ordered another sandwich from your deli. But, today was my lucky day. I ordered another turkey, with provolone, lettuce, tomato and mayo. After I ordered, I asked the guy if you have bean sprouts. He replied "Yes", so I asked for some. I return to work and again, I am disappointed. There were no bean sprouts, but at least there was mayo this time. But, I couldn't eat the entire sandwich because the guy had added some type of topping that proved to be WAY TOO sweet for my liking. It was a brown-ish colored topping with what looked like bits of raisins. I don't know what it was, but it was HORRIBLE. This was my second and LAST time ordering a sandwich from your deli. I never thought ordering a basic turkey sandwich could be so difficult. Regards,
Nick Sobanski: 02/02/2017 12:17
Produce, meat, bulk foods, and coffee are the best options here. Usually good sales and always a great staff and service. Avoid the boxed good as they are usually pricier, but worth it if you want healthier options without breaking the bank. Their customer service and corporate policies/ethics are some of the best around.