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Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market

West-coast grocery chain headquartered in El Segundo, CA.

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Fresh, Easy, Fun, Exciting, Fulfilling... Any other adjectives they should have thrown in?

  • Dec 9, 2008
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I love Fresh & Easy. It's simple: they have just about everything a large grocer has, except the lines, endless aisles, and marked-up prices. Sometimes, I don't feel like going to a supermarket and spending at least 20 minutes inside just because it takes 15 minutes going from one side to the other. Sometimes, I don't feel like I need to choose between 30 brands of the same item. So that's why Fresh & Easy is now my primary grocer. They've got everything, lots of pre-made foods (burritos, salads, sushi, sandwiches, hot meals, etc), a great selection of baked goods, and friendly staff. In addition, because they don't spend a lot on advertising, their prices are usually the same or lower than other major stores and they use less preservatives, so their goods are fresh (but do expire faster than at other stores).

You'll recognize each Fresh & Easy by their bright green signs. Step inside and see what you've been missing!!

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December 10, 2008
Fresh & Easy's prices are generally similar to those you'd find at other grocery stores. Compared to Trader Joe's, their items are less "organic" and "earthly," but they still have a wide selection of products. I don't think their goal is to be an organic grocer like Trader Joe's, but more like a small-scale neighborhood grocer that you don't necessarily have to get lost in. Some of their products, like their Spring/European salad mix, are more expensive than comparable items at TJ's, but others, like milk, are definitely cheaper. Also, they're popular among people who enjoy pre-made foods that you can just pop in the microwave for a few minutes. In terms of quality, their foods are good, but a lot of their fresh produce and baked goods spoil more quickly than similar items at other grocers because Fresh & Easy doesn't use many preservatives. Step inside and check them out... they even have "hybrid-only" parking spots! :-)
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review by . May 03, 2010
They have a great selection of food, snacks, and pre-made meals. All their produce is exceptionally fresh, and they have affordable prices. I love their pre-made salads and pastas! They have an entire section for these meals. They're great to take to school or lunch. They also have a ton of healthy snacks, not just rows of chips & junk food. My personal favorites are dark their chocolate covered almonds, strawberry ice cream, and omega-3 seed wheat bread.......I could go on for days.    …
Quick Tip by . November 13, 2009
okay, not a lot of products, but their lines go QUICK. and i like that. it's not TJs, but their stuff is pretty tasty.
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Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market is a chain of smaller-scale grocery stores headquartered in El Segundo, CA. Its parent company is Tesco, a British-based grocery and general merchandising chain of retail stores. Fresh & Easy opened its first stores in November 2007, and has been expanding throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada ever since.
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