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Cold Nachos Review

Sal Tustin CA mexican food ordering gave cold nachos with no rice nothing we requested tried cover it up with chips Micheal and other Latin guy black hair.tried scam out of meat covered up with cheese .The team leads could care less just money !
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#492431 Review #492431 is a subjective opinion of poster.
On March 10th I was in the P Street store in NW Washington DC and will simply summarize my experience by saying it is the last time I will go into this Whole Foods or any other. The store was so poorly stocked it was ridiculous, standing water all over the floor in...
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#793486

Never had a problem at any Whole Foods with customer service/cleanliness/stocked shelves. The one in Buckhead Atlanta is particularly awesome. I will say this: if you do have a problem with an individual store, Corporate will tell you directly and smugly that they allow each store to operate as it's own entity, to which a friend of mine who actually had a customer service problem, begged the question "then what is the point of having a Corporate office"?

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#478827 Review #478827 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Whole Foods Market Manager
Our local TV stations ran comparison prices on all major local food stores. Whole Foods has the highest prices of all. And so many people are now avoiding the Edina, MN Whole Foods, because the store employees are so rude. It is not a pleasant shopping experience....
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Anonymous
#1238183

Either there is one nut making these absurd claims or a series of nuts. Personally, I think it's mainly one offender writing these nonsense postings. Get professional help!

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#467439 Review #467439 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Benjamin Auerbach and his filthy-mouthed staff are attacking, slandering, threatening and abusing senior citizens in the Edina, MN Whole Foods. If we eat a sample from the free samples that they put out, they immediately yell at us, saying that we are "stealing" the...
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Anonymous
#801366

We are wondering just who the women-hating *** men are who prowl around the store harassing women shoppers. They have been busy stalking Whole Foods Edina shoppers ever since the store opened.

It is unsafe to shop there.

The store manager surely knows who they are, but does absolutely nothing to protect women shoppers. And beware the dishonest cashiers.

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#467407 Review #467407 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Last weekend i bought lots of fish and meat for the weekend and other vegetables to cook when i got home i found the fish to be smelly and rotten. The meat was old and had no flavor. I spent so much money and threw the food away. This market is conning people under...
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Anonymous
#1042498

your complaint is moot. you could have saved the receipt, called the store and let them know what was wrong, and they would have refunded you the next time you were there.

you are blowing things way out of proportion, attacking the entire company based of your bad experience.

get the golden spoon out of your mouth, and shut the *** up.

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#445497 Review #445497 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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To all Austin Texas employees : You are the most negative, rude, judgmental bunch I have ever encountered. I'm a very wealthy young gal that is constantly monitoring all the stores in Austin. I have witnessed many employees being rude to certain people and then...
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Anonymous
#812239

What a ridiculous letter. Whole Foods does NOT offer franchises, all stores are CORPORATE OWNED!!!

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#439654 Review #439654 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I cannot believe the way I was treated by customers and staff during my shopping visit at Whole Foods Market in Swampscott, MA today. While shopping for greens in the produce section of this store, I was verbally attacked by one of the male customers ("Do you have...
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Anonymous
#777948

Bye. Go somewhere else.

People like you live to make store personnel miserable because you think you can. Glad you got told.

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#395163 Review #395163 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Whole Foods Market Manager

Update by user Mar 10, 2013

In response to comment my daughter was not a child she was actually over 18 at the time, she struggled for 3 years to pass that Ged test and I am proud to say has since passed it since this happened. And she herself denies licking her fingers and I believe her. I have...

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Anonymous
#893488

Interesting that you blatantly state you can't/wont shop there yet it is a perfect place to drop your teenager off to loiter.. Sounds like you did them a favor by never "shopping" there again :)

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#390914 Review #390914 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Whole Foods Market Manager
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I have issues with trying to find new products I've seen advertised. This is a legitimate complaint. I see ads on Facebook, etc. but the kind of store that would normally carry such a product does not have the product when I look for it. I ask the store to order it...
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#699507

This is not a legitimate complaint.

Large, publicly-owned stores carry specific products that teams of people have determined will sell well in that particular market. Shelf space in stores like Whole Foods is competitive, as is stockroom space.

They can only get products in by the case and cannot afford the space to hold onto the random leftovers that accrue when someone only wants one or two of an item that they do not regularly carry.

They also do not have the shelf space to merchandise said products as every available counter is planned in advance to hold specific items.

When a store says to "let them know" about new products, it means that when enough interest is generated, they will consider carrying that product. It is simply not feasible for a large store to make special orders for every random product their customers want. That is what Amazon is for.

As far as vendors giving away samples, I would be willing to place a large wager on the fact that Whole Foods, along with every other major retailer has specific policies in place which do not allow stores to receive samples from vendors, let alone sell them. Remember that Whole Foods is a publicly traded company and has to answer to investors, as well as the SEC.

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#375035 Review #375035 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Twice in the last year I bought produce and so called fresh bread from the Whole Foods bakery. In each case the food I placed in the refrigerator turned moldy two days after I brought it home. I had to throw out entire loaves of bread and all the produce. The store...
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#699512

I have had food from Whole Foods get moldy in an unreasonable amount of time, and I took the item back to the store along with my receipt, and was able to exchange it, no questions asked.

Freezing excess food helps, as does keeping a clean refrigerator.

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#303019 Review #303019 is a subjective opinion of poster.