First off, let us say that this is definitely not Foster-Powell news. We just wanted to draw you in with the misleading title.
Powell, yes. FoPo, no.
If you’ve become accustomed to shopping on the neighborhood’s fringes—Fred Meyer, for example—or even outside, even if nearby the neighborhood—Safeway on 39th and Powell, or Trader Joes at 39th and Holgate, perhaps—this is fairly relevant.
Ok, I’ll go back to the heading. This is probably definitely not newsworthy. (It’s Monday, after all, and I’m still recovering from the music fest on Foster this last Saturday night.)
However (yes, a second ‘however’)…
Some of you like healthy grocers. We do, especially all the free samples they give. We’re not sure if Natural Grocers does free samples. In fact, we actually know next to nothing about Natural Grocers. But it certainly sounds like the type of store healthy people would shop at. And that alone probably makes it better than Fred Meyer. (Unless you’re like us and can’t really afford to stray much from the evil Kroger outpost.) And until Bread & Roses Market opens its Foster store with fresh produce and healthy grocery items, we’ll just assume this is somewhat newsworthy.
Correct us if we’re wrong. Promise, we’ll try harder next Monday when we’re low on content to post….