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Great variety - real brands, convenient
Shopping at Supabarn almost takes the pain out of grocery shopping! It is so good to have a well stocked alternative to the horrible twins. I also enjoy that there are real brands not just private label goods.
Range of goods, good quality, close to homegood parking, extended opening hours
stocks most things but not everything :(
Gosh, what a revelation to find a full service super market that is both locally owned AND offers a great range. Supabarn is both of these and more. Their range is larger than both Coles and Woolworths with more unusual/imported items alongside your normal favoured brands. YAY! Being locally owned, more of their money goes back into the local economy than if I shop at the other two large super markets. My one and only real gripe though, is please please please teach your younger staff how to launder their clothes properly. I'm a little tired of...seeing white shirts that have turned 'grey'. It makes your staff look dirty, dingy, unkept and tired whilst doing nothing for your image. Quality of fresh fruit and vegetable. Range. Locally owned (and expanding). Not Coles or Woolworths. Can be a little dearer than Coles or Woolworths, but then their buying power is not as great either. Staff, whilst helpful, have little clue how to pack a bag and can look scruffy.
I shop at Wanniassa, but dont do all my shop there only the extra items I need each day/week. I find it a bit too expensive overall.
Though I would prefer to use a supermarket other than Woolworths and Coles - they are becoming far to big.
good product range, great fresh vegies.
Quite a bit more expensive on some items than other supermarkets. Deli cabinets make the product look 'stale/old', they seem to be dried out! I do not buy any of these items.
Supabarn Wanniassa is our supermarket of choice. The fresh fruit and veges are always better quality and fresher than at Coles or Woolies. Prices are quite competitive with the big two as well. They're not trying to force you to buy generic brands, so on some items they're *much* cheaper, eg $4.22 for 2 litres of Shape milk compared to $4.70 at Coles. The range of items available is also just a little out of the ordinary in some areas, giving a nice range of different choices - for example a really good range of biscuits and cookies includin...
g some that you don't see in a normal supermarket. Good range of food and other groceries, competitive prices, close to home Nothing really, the worst thing I can say is that the service in the deli is sometimes a bit slow.
Good to see something different from Coles or Woolworths. Prices are actually very good. I thought they would be dearer.
Excellent fresh foods. Produce is the best in Canberra. Service at the checkouts is excellent. Best range of products in Canberra.
There is not one in Gungahlin where i live.
Check out can be a bit slow during lunch break as there are many public servant work nearby come shopping during this period of time. IT would be nice if set up some self-check out point like those in Big W.
Supabarn in Canberra center is quite big, have lots of varities for shoppers to choose from. The fresh meet, fish section is particularly good.
I found several times that some product (cake mix, biscuit etc) is well out of date (1-3 months over the expire date) yet they are still on the shelf. so shopper got to be careful and check the date before pick any product from shelf and put into your shopping trolley.
A good shopping experience generally. The checkout people are usually quite courteous. I would recommend this supermarket to others, especially for buying quality items. The price is a little expensive, but they appear to manage their cold items better (they are not left unrefrigerated on the floor as seen in some supermarkets). For items that you want to buy cheaply in bulk, I recommend you go to Aldi or other similar shops.
Clean aisles. Food is not left around on trolleys (as seen in major supermarkets). Pretty good quality meats. A good sel...
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