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The Andersons has announced plans to expand its Northwest Columbus store, on Bent Tree Boulevard, as well as its stores in Maumee and Toledo, adding space to its food and lawn-and-garden sales areas.

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Great news! That food section was overcrowded. I always love the Sunday ritual--navigating around elderly women with their big carts carrying only a loaf of bread, while their husbands stand helplessly with their hands in their pockets, taking up space.
Mary

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haha, so true vwbug!
I love the Anderson's, just wish they weren't 30 minutes from my house. Would be so awesome if they put one in southern Columbus, Grove City area. I would shop there way more if I didn't have to drive so far.
a Mom

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Mar 31, 2010
 
Love Anderson, GREAT
andyjakematt

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Mar 31, 2010
 
Hopefully they'll expand the store over here on the Easat side as well! Maybe more people would walk through the doors if it were bigger. We are in there every week looking for something different! We usually end up buying, too!
Lisa

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I am sure they will expand. They are one of the most over priced places around to shop so they can certainly afford it. I live 5 minutes from there and would rather drive 20 minutes to get less expensive food.

I am in Worthington... just in case my computer is being routed through Long beach again
jonesr

Columbus, OH

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Mar 31, 2010
 
I love Anderson's, but I don't go to the one nearest me (the East store) that often because of the inconvenience of getting back there to it. Access to the East store is less than ideal. Instead of expanding the East store, I wish they'd move it from it's current location to a place where access is a little easier (still on the East side though).
TRay

Columbus, OH

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Mar 31, 2010
 
Mary wrote:
haha, so true vwbug!
I love the Anderson's, just wish they weren't 30 minutes from my house. Would be so awesome if they put one in southern Columbus, Grove City area. I would shop there way more if I didn't have to drive so far.
Yes, where better than Grove City for such a store. I love that place but the others are too far and who wants to deal with traffic in either area just to shop there.
CheerHthr

Columbus, OH

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Mar 31, 2010
 
I grew up in NW Ohio and have been going to Anderson for as long as I can remember. Can't beat the service and the quality! Always worth the drive!
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One of the best places in Columbus to get wine and beer! And, the House of Meats is one of the best places to get meat. It would be nice if Anderson's improved and expanded the cheese selection. It's better than most grocery stores but it is not even close to the selection at Whole Foods or Curds & Whey in the North Market.
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Mar 31, 2010
 
I would love to see the east store relocate to Pickerington or Canal Winchester. The current location is dying and the people who live in the area won't support it but the suburban clientel sure will. I'll follow anywhere the chose to move on the SE suburbs.
Todd

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Mar 31, 2010
 
vwbug wrote:
Great news! That food section was overcrowded. I always love the Sunday ritual--navigating around elderly women with their big carts carrying only a loaf of bread, while their husbands stand helplessly with their hands in their pockets, taking up space.
Haha ... you forgot to mention the people that act like they're at a smorgasbord with the free samples. I think some of these people are using it for lunch.
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Todd wrote:
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Haha ... you forgot to mention the people that act like they're at a smorgasbord with the free samples. I think some of these people are using it for lunch.
Ha! Go to Jungle Jim's in Mason some Saturday...it's worse! Not a bad deal though to be able to taste test before you buy lol.
dave chappelle

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Mar 31, 2010
 
TeeEmUp wrote:
One of the best places in Columbus to get wine and beer! And, the House of Meats is one of the best places to get meat. It would be nice if Anderson's improved and expanded the cheese selection. It's better than most grocery stores but it is not even close to the selection at Whole Foods or Curds & Whey in the North Market.
I agree. Best beer selection in Central Ohio.
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Mar 31, 2010
 
'House of Meats'
Now, that sounds tasty!
John Q

Columbus, OH

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Mar 31, 2010
 
Anderson's management, are you paying attention to this? Central Ohio loves you and your product. If this isn't the best market feedback you could get, I don't know what is. Easton area is waiting to make you big money .....:)
Average Customer

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Mar 31, 2010
 
Dear Andersons:

I was in love with your Dublin store but the low stock levels in toys, sports and men's, and overall poor seasonal changeover from winter have left me disappointed the past several visits. I've actually made my way over to Meijer or Lowes knowing that I'd get what I needed there in one trip, for sure.

Please get it together ASAP. And always have Uncle Mike's desert hot beef jerky back in stock or lose me forever.
Thomas

Hilliard, OH

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#17
Mar 31, 2010
 
Andrson's, please move to Mill Run. The area is desperate for a grocery store, and your general store items would do great there, even with Lowe's and Home Depot in the area.
Northwest Sider

Columbus, OH

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#18
Mar 31, 2010
 
Anderson's is a good store. It has a very quality food selection. The outdoors area is good. Good, quality products all around.

Mill Run and the Grove City areas would be nice areas for a new location.

I am glad that they are investing in the Northwest Side location.
Tom

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Apr 1, 2010
 
Only place down here where I can find Ballreich's Potato Chips. They are the best!!!!!!!!!!
Tom

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Apr 1, 2010
 
And I am not in Texas in case you were wondering

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