Ralphs Foodfair
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Farmington, MI

#1 Feb 5, 2011
Who thinks they suck?
Hello

Ashland, KY

#2 Feb 5, 2011
I like the people who work there. The checkout ladies and bagboys are all very nice. The guys who stock produce are good guys. I can get better prices on most things at Walmart but Ralphs is good for this or that.
customer

Frisco, TX

#3 Feb 5, 2011
They have good service but while I was there I seen some teenagers almost fight.
I like Ralphs

Ashland, KY

#4 Feb 5, 2011
I love that store. They haven't succeeded and thrived in this little town and in this economy by being rude, snobbish, and unfriendly like other businesses I have shopped. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to be a consistanty good retail store and to have lasted 50 years in the same town. Ralph and his boys are just like family to me and my family. The current owners and managers and all of the people who work there are very nice and friendly people. The prices are way cheaper than most other grocery stores. They beat Kroger all to pieces and most of their items are as cheap and sometimes cheaper than Wal-Mart. Being locally owned, I know the money I spend there stays in Grayson. Ralph's sucks not. Do you?

Since: Sep 09

Grayson, KY

#5 Feb 5, 2011
I like ralphs there's some good people that work there, heck I use to work there a year or so back. I'd love to have my job back lol. But I stupidly quit.:P Anyway ralphs is a great place to go shopping at, great service and friendly people!
weasle

Russell, KY

#6 Feb 6, 2011
i agree you cant afford to buy groceries at walmart or i cant anyway. ralphs is the best.
Hello

Ashland, KY

#7 Feb 6, 2011
I get a better price at Walmart on whole chickens and ground turkey. Beef is a better price at Ralphs by far. I get a better price at Walmart on baking supplies and cooking oil..especially olive oil. Snack foods like cookies, chips & granola bars are always a better price at Walmart. I get a better price most of the time on fresh veg at Ralphs. You just have to shop around to get the better price at this store or that one. I go to Krogers for a few herbs and spices that I cannot get anywhere else but they are to high on most everything. The Bulk Food store down by the AA here in town is actually a fantastic place to get dried herbs and spices. Love that store.
hmm

Ashland, KY

#8 Feb 6, 2011
I love the friendly service a Ralphs. I shop around but buy most of what I need there. I would say I do about 75% of my shopping at Ralphs. It is the friendliest shopping store in Grayson.
quitecontrary

Ashland, KY

#9 Feb 6, 2011
I do the majority of my shopping there. Sometimes they don't have what I want though. Particularly specialty items that I use during the holidays or for parties. I go to Sams club for my meat and bulk items. I think the workers in Ralphs are the absolute best!
meme

Chesterfield, MO

#10 Feb 6, 2011
Ralphs Food fair is far better than slones .. i wouldent let my dog shop or go in slones .. and i dont like my dog !
its ok there

Ashland, KY

#11 Feb 6, 2011
I like food fair but one day i went there i had nothing in the house and so i had to get lots of things, the carryout boy ask me if i was going back in to get more he was like hehe you got to much well just to let him know i have 5 people in my home and i only spent 200 dollars there it made me mad... I went in the next week and he was there i will not let him take my things out anymore...
Josie Whales

Rush, KY

#12 Feb 7, 2011
its ok there wrote:
I like food fair but one day i went there i had nothing in the house and so i had to get lots of things, the carryout boy ask me if i was going back in to get more he was like hehe you got to much well just to let him know i have 5 people in my home and i only spent 200 dollars there it made me mad... I went in the next week and he was there i will not let him take my things out anymore...
The carry out boy could have been wanting to talk,a little pity on your side indeed..
quitecontrary

Ashland, KY

#13 Feb 7, 2011
its ok there wrote:
I like food fair but one day i went there i had nothing in the house and so i had to get lots of things, the carryout boy ask me if i was going back in to get more he was like hehe you got to much well just to let him know i have 5 people in my home and i only spent 200 dollars there it made me mad... I went in the next week and he was there i will not let him take my things out anymore...
I guess his lil heart will be broken not being able to carry those out for you. Why so stinking sensitive over something so minor? Geez, I would have just laughed along with him. Where else do you go and have your groceries carried out for you? It's a very special thing maybe some just take for granted. You should be more gracious.
Hello

Ashland, KY

#14 Feb 7, 2011
I saw black ribbon on the door at Ralphs today. I was on my way out or I would have asked someone about them? I assume someone associated with the store passed away.
a friend

Ashland, KY

#15 Feb 7, 2011
yes Ralph's wife and Ruthie King the little lady from the deli

Since: Sep 09

Grayson, KY

#16 Feb 7, 2011
Yeah i just heard about Ruth passing away, I didn't really know her, but she seemed like a sweet woman.
john

Lexington, KY

#17 Feb 7, 2011
i talked to ruth friday ,she was in a very good mood ,ill sure miss that little lady
Hello

Ashland, KY

#18 Feb 7, 2011
That is to bad. I am very sorry for their loss.

Since: Jun 10

Flatwoods, KY

#19 Feb 7, 2011
Hello wrote:
I get a better price at Walmart on whole chickens and ground turkey. Beef is a better price at Ralphs by far. I get a better price at Walmart on baking supplies and cooking oil..especially olive oil. Snack foods like cookies, chips & granola bars are always a better price at Walmart. I get a better price most of the time on fresh veg at Ralphs. You just have to shop around to get the better price at this store or that one. I go to Krogers for a few herbs and spices that I cannot get anywhere else but they are to high on most everything. The Bulk Food store down by the AA here in town is actually a fantastic place to get dried herbs and spices. Love that store.
Actually I found the country market is a lot cheaper in baked good supplies past and spices and lunch meat and more.
Hello

Ashland, KY

#20 Feb 8, 2011
Yes Bulk Foods has a lot of different things for baking that are hard to find. Great selection of a variety of types of flour. I get my wheat gluten and yeast there. I mostly use just all purpose flour which I get for a good price at Walmart. I save a ton on dried herbs and spices from The Bulk Food store. I like the people who own that store. I wish business was better for them.

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