ShopRite of Cheltenham Square
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Khalil AlQahhaar: 05/03/2017 19:02
Great selection of organic goods mixed in with the normal offerings of stores like this. It is huge as well so when it's crowded it still doesn't feel ceowded
Greg Schumann: 04/25/2017 23:58
One of the biggest food stores around with plenty of options but the meats are always subpar compared even to other Shoprite stores and the people tend to walk much slower here than other shops. Might just be the time of day I typically go.
Frayedknotarts: 03/02/2017 20:30
Lots of folks gripe because the service is poor... I'll suggest that you get back JUST what you put in. I've NEVER had a rude or inattentive associate at a Brown's Organization store that hadn't just been hassled by a ignorant or "entitled" customer, and a smile and a sympathetic attitude fixed things quickly in almost all cases. Other than that, their selection is great, produce is fresh and varied (Really? LEEKS? Wow!), the prices are right at or below the median for the items, the seafood section does NOT smell of "seafood", the Hallal section is well marked and well stocked, Dairy is kept up to date and clean, in short, there's a major reason I will choose Shoprite over and Acme or an IGA, even though it entails a longer drive for me.
Jazmine Little: 02/27/2017 05:16
Wait in line forever when it comes to the deli, other than that it's a pretty good market
Linda Baldwin: 12/27/2016 09:02
The Brown Family ShopRIte used to be my favorite store. I would go out of my way to get there because of great prices; employees who went out of their way, and always with a friendly smile; a bakery with excellent quality goods and excellent prices, and generally a good feeling in the store. However, it seems to be gradually going downhill. Okay, today was the day after Christmas, but I couldn't find help in produce, nor in Aisle 5 - the SR Sparkling Red Grape was in cartons way above my reach; many produce items had no price signs, especially the ones on sale. The 4-lb bag of navel oranges, marked as such, was on sale for $2.99, but when I checked out, it came out as a 5 lb bag of clementines at $6.99 (twice the price). Clearly, the register was misreading the bar code because these are navel oranges, as the tag says. It took two employees about 10 minutes at checkout to try and figure it out. This is not what I expect from ShopRite. I could go into more detail, but won't. If ShopRite can't do better with having sufficient employees, with better signage and having the shelves well-stocked, I will have to find another favorite grocery store. I must say that the Flourtown Giant is a close second, rapidly surpassing ShopRite. Thanks for listening. I hope this will change.