Stark folks check out Buehler's

The parking lot was packed with cars as people attended Monday's grand opening of the Buehler's grocery store in Jackson Township. Full Story
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Orrville, OH

#1 May 15, 2007
Hey Stark county!!! Do not forget to buy the off brand at the store. "Our Family" has great soup and AWSOME peanut butter. Many good products and very reasonable
THE TRUTH

Wooster, OH

#2 May 15, 2007
Ahh great Buehlers has expanded to another part of Ohio where they can rip people off with inflated prices and cut-throat business tactics. Funny, your article mentions nothing about how Buehlers cuts hours of its employees just enough so they cannot receive health insurance while working 38.5 hours. But, opening a store in Jackson Twnsp. is no suprise. These two were made for each other. A store with over-inflated egos, outrageous costs for a product that you can buy anywhere else cheaper, and a pseudo-folksy atmosphere located in a community of over-inflated egos, outrageous costs, and snobby attitudes.

Since: Apr 07

United States

#3 May 15, 2007
I can always buy milk cheaper at Buehlers in Orrville than at Walmart in Wooster. Other items may be more or less at other stores. I really wish a Marcs would come to the Wooster/Orrville area.

Since: Mar 07

Danville, CA

#4 May 15, 2007
THE TRUTH wrote:
Ahh great Buehlers has expanded to another part of Ohio where they can rip people off with inflated prices and cut-throat business tactics. Funny, your article mentions nothing about how Buehlers cuts hours of its employees just enough so they cannot receive health insurance while working 38.5 hours. But, opening a store in Jackson Twnsp. is no suprise. These two were made for each other. A store with over-inflated egos, outrageous costs for a product that you can buy anywhere else cheaper, and a pseudo-folksy atmosphere located in a community of over-inflated egos, outrageous costs, and snobby attitudes.
One of the things that continues to hold much of NE Ohio back is its history of class consciousness and unwillingness to let go of its blue collar culture.

I grew up on Buehlers, in Wadsworth, and I've missed them ever since moving to Texas and then California. No place where we've shopped for groceries in either Dallas or Los Angeles compares to it.

Yes, Buehlers is non-union. That's their secret, I hope they can keep it that way. Grocery jobs aren't supposed to be careers. They know that and so does everyone else.

I'm sure they'll do just fine there. I wish them well.
THE TRUTH

Wooster, OH

#5 May 16, 2007
Your comments are typical of someone that is out of touch and literally out of the area. You live where? Texas? When did you live in Wadsworth? 1985? Blue collar roots or not, Buehlers has a terrible reputation with its employees, and I am not talking about the hs/college kids working there for the summer. I am speaking to those who have chosen these management positions as a career. Many of whom have college degrees. How are these people responsible for holding NE Ohio's economic future hostage? Of course Buehlers looks good to you, you live in an area with one of the highest costs of living in the country. Next time just read the article and don't waste everyone's time with your out of touch comments
rootvg wrote:
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One of the things that continues to hold much of NE Ohio back is its history of class consciousness and unwillingness to let go of its blue collar culture.
I grew up on Buehlers, in Wadsworth, and I've missed them ever since moving to Texas and then California. No place where we've shopped for groceries in either Dallas or Los Angeles compares to it.
Yes, Buehlers is non-union. That's their secret, I hope they can keep it that way. Grocery jobs aren't supposed to be careers. They know that and so does everyone else.
I'm sure they'll do just fine there. I wish them well.
THE TRUTH

Wooster, OH

#6 May 16, 2007
Funny you mention Marcs. Three years ago the wanted to come to Wooster, but guess what? Buehlers blocked that from happening. Hmm wonder what they are afraid of?
The Redhead Said-

AOL

#7 Jun 4, 2007
Just like Legacy Village in Lyndhurst or Crocker Park in Westlake, Buehler's new store in Jackson is selling more than just the items offered- it's selling a lifestyle. This is a grocery store for folks who want to wander the aisles & linger over choices. This is not a get in & get out, bargain or discount chain. Just like everything, this comes at a cost. You do not have to shop here, though I am glad we have the choice. For me, I would rather support a local business like Buehler's than a "come in & drive out the local grocer" such as Giant Eagle.
buehlerbuddy

Middleboro, MA

#8 Jun 30, 2007
The real truth?? Buehler's is inflated on many of its prices. The produce and meat however can not be compared and are of better quality. Fair treatment of employee's lacks as well as quality management. Yes they are non union, for control. They know that once they get a union, the lack of management will be their downfall. They also need to remember, that the large customer base they have is their employees. perhaps better treatment of their employees and some of the struggling stores would be not so far "in the red". Think on that....
rose

Evansville, IN

#9 Jan 21, 2008
Just to make everyone aware, Buehlers has a "fresh or free policy". This means if you find an expired product , grab it, take it to the service desk, along with a fresh non expired product and they give you the fresh product for free! If a fresh one is not available, ask for a raincheck, and you will get it free when it comes in.
Well Rootvg

Lorain, OH

#10 Jul 7, 2009
zzz.zz.z.z. r u accepting IOU's from Cali Treasurer becasue of the SEIU?
rootvg wrote:
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One of the things that continues to hold much of NE Ohio back is its history of class consciousness and unwillingness to let go of its blue collar culture.
I grew up on Buehlers, in Wadsworth, and I've missed them ever since moving to Texas and then California. No place where we've shopped for groceries in either Dallas or Los Angeles compares to it.
Yes, Buehlers is non-union. That's their secret, I hope they can keep it that way. Grocery jobs aren't supposed to be careers. They know that and so does everyone else.
I'm sure they'll do just fine there. I wish them well.
well rootvg

Lorain, OH

#11 Aug 22, 2009
seiu and acorn in cali.....zzzzzz
http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB1000142...
rootvg wrote:
<quoted text>
One of the things that continues to hold much of NE Ohio back is its history of class consciousness and unwillingness to let go of its blue collar culture.
I grew up on Buehlers, in Wadsworth, and I've missed them ever since moving to Texas and then California. No place where we've shopped for groceries in either Dallas or Los Angeles compares to it.
Yes, Buehlers is non-union. That's their secret, I hope they can keep it that way. Grocery jobs aren't supposed to be careers. They know that and so does everyone else.
I'm sure they'll do just fine there. I wish them well.
tusc

Cuyahoga Falls, OH

#12 Aug 27, 2009
Buehlers is a nice store if u can afford their inflated prices
Alexandra

Wooster, OH

#13 Sep 7, 2009
I'd rather go to Buehler's than to Walmart any day. Less noisy, for one thing.
Alexandra

Wooster, OH

#14 Sep 7, 2009
tusc wrote:
Buehlers is a nice store if u can afford their inflated prices
It's not THAT much higher than Walmart.
well rootvg

Lorain, OH

#15 Sep 23, 2009
Cali = land of seiu, acorn, high unemployment, people moving out, wildfires, polluted air and water and maryjane. Stay threre rootvg, keep yur fat ass there.
rootvg wrote:
<quoted text>
One of the things that continues to hold much of NE Ohio back is its history of class consciousness and unwillingness to let go of its blue collar culture.
I grew up on Buehlers, in Wadsworth, and I've missed them ever since moving to Texas and then California. No place where we've shopped for groceries in either Dallas or Los Angeles compares to it.
Yes, Buehlers is non-union. That's their secret, I hope they can keep it that way. Grocery jobs aren't supposed to be careers. They know that and so does everyone else.
I'm sure they'll do just fine there. I wish them well.
Pat

Millersburg, OH

#16 Sep 27, 2009
I'm not busy, so I'll take this opportunity to toss out my opinion on the Buehler's debate.

Grocery stores are in the most competitive business there is - retail sales. Union or non-union, if a grccery store has "inflated" prices, and unfriendly staff it will go under. It happens all the time.

For every employee who approaches the "jerk" status, there are 10 others who treat you like they would want to be treated.

If you don't like Beuhler's don't go there. Or better yet, shop around for sale items at 2 or 3 stores, and be grateful that you have choices.

Be happy!
Loren Eberly

Mansfield, OH

#17 Oct 29, 2009
Buehlers; Stockholders (money marketers); market more stock dividends (money); quarterly; in the wholesale and retail price of Buehlers product and service; and collects; without compensation; the more stock dividends; Hillaryies, Chinese, Foreign and Domestic Investors and Stockholders; market quarterly; in the wholesale and retail price of EVERY product and service Buehlers sells.
This is needed; to measure and maintain; the strength and growth; of this UNAFFORDABLE economy; and distribute wealth; into Buehlers; Hillaryies; Chinese, Foreign and Domestic Investors and Stockholders portfolios!
Loren Eberly

Mansfield, OH

#18 Oct 29, 2009
buehlerbuddy wrote:
The real truth?? Buehler's is inflated on many of its prices. The produce and meat however can not be compared and are of better quality. Fair treatment of employee's lacks as well as quality management. Yes they are non union, for control. They know that once they get a union, the lack of management will be their downfall. They also need to remember, that the large customer base they have is their employees. perhaps better treatment of their employees and some of the struggling stores would be not so far "in the red". Think on that....
Buehlers; using nonunion parasites; willing to work; for fewer wages; than they can afford life; Demands Fathers disqualified for affirmative action with white skin, Union workers, consumers, taxpayers, and Americas grandchildren’s children; fund nonunion workers; paying; with welfare checks, food stamps, housing vouchers, and Medicaid; with money; derived; from wages or independent business profit!
I1ab21

Kent, OH

#19 Nov 3, 2009
Loren Eberly wrote:
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Buehlers; using nonunion parasites; willing to work; for fewer wages; than they can afford life; Demands Fathers disqualified for affirmative action with white skin, Union workers, consumers, taxpayers, and Americas grandchildren’s children; fund nonunion workers; paying; with welfare checks, food stamps, housing vouchers, and Medicaid; with money; derived; from wages or independent business profit!
Excuse me! My sons worked at Buehlers and I take offense that you classify them as "nonunion parasites!" On what do you base your opinions? Also, do you have a punctuation obsession? What's with all of the semicolons?
Loren Eberly

Lima, OH

#20 Nov 26, 2009
I1ab21 wrote:
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Excuse me! My sons worked at Buehlers and I take offense that you classify them as "nonunion parasites!" On what do you base your opinions? Also, do you have a punctuation obsession? What's with all of the semicolons?
I have NO opinion I base my statements on FACT.
I use semicolons to separate FACTS!

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