Foster Fred Meyer Finds Way to Downgrade Even Further

Well, this happened…

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KOIN News

As if you didn’t have enough reasons to avoid the Foster Fred Meyer.

Now you do. Apparently, among many of the other problems this store faces, explosives in aisle 13 is a thing.

Our neighborhood Fred Meyer was already the bottom of the barrel. Now (shaking head with a lack of words)….

Perfect time for a reminder: WinCo opens in three days; Bread & Roses Market is slated to open at the end of July; Portland Fruit Company and Kaah Market can get many of your needs met, too.

Now you’ll never have to risk an aisle-13 explosion.

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2 Responses to Foster Fred Meyer Finds Way to Downgrade Even Further

  1. Chris says:

    I am really wondering if “small explosive device” is the media’s way of over-hyping “firework”…
    But I do agree – I have noticed that in the last week this Fred’s has gotten terrible, the last time I went the south parking lot looked like a meth-head swap meet. Odd considering the north parking lot is where they typically hold these.

  2. Torello says:

    I actually like this Fred Meyer. My wife hates it, but I guess it just reminds me of what super markets were like when I was a kid, before they had sushi bars and gourmet cheese shops inside of them. I will drive down to the Clackamas Freddies for better meat and fish selections, but it does the trick for everyday shopping.
    Also, last time I went to New Seasons I paid $5.29 for a pint of Ben and Jerry’s. I was upset.

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