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This is my 2nd option to Food Basics if you're looking for quality groceries but prices is not affordable unlike Food Basics or NoFrills.
Good selection of fresh produce and meat. Many items for take out or eat in lunch area.
Local grocery store where you'll find all that you need - butcher, bakery, deli and fresh produce
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