I Have been shopping at my local grocery till recently until a recent event (run in), I’m in the search of something bigger. I’ve been to most of the bigger supermarkets over the years just for some here and there’s.
what supermarket do you recommend? i will be trying most of the convenient ones in the next few weeks with full orders to get a taste of big supermarket shopping.
Kollel Store (KDS). Low prices. 39th St.
Moisha’s – Avenue M – excellent prices, valet parking, BUT Kollel store on 39th is a bit cheaper
The bag of farfel is the same no matter where you buy it. Just look for a store that offers the amenities that are important to you. Is it convenience (short commute, offer delivery, everything under one roof, easy parking), low prices, large selection, multiple departments (fruits, vegetables, take out etc) and shop there.
soliciting advise online can lead to serious halachic issues as you get more responses and they start putting down stores by name.
Kollel Store (KRM) has the best prices and a parking lot. Moisha’s in Flatbush is owned by the same people and prices are comparable. I hope you don’t feel the need to pay higher prices for a pretty store experience. Goldbergs is also pretty good.
How can you say farfel
Is the same price everywhere? People on a budget do need to find the best prices possible and all stores’ prices aren’t equal. I agree KRM is lowest prices.
@francorachel3 Please reread what I wrote. You are putting words in my mouth.
when is KRM or Moishies opening up a store in Lakewood or Monsey so the kollel families to stay on their feet & meet their budget?
Breadberry. They r the best. Regular price but the best service the nicest.
We all know what really matters. Which supermarket plays the best music?
breadberry charges much more then KRM or Moishe’s
Every supermarket is more expensive then ken or Moshe’s that’s a fact they r the cheapest. But I’m saying is the store that has the best service is Breadberry I’m there a few times a week it’s such an enjoyment to shop there
How much are they paying you?