Without grocery stores, urbanites would have to grow their own pumpkins in window boxes and spend hours negotiating with the family parakeet until it agreed to be milked. Let rural bounty come to you with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of groceries at Shoppers Valley Market in Wyandotte.
Adhering to the same values as when Shoppers Valley Market first opened in 1979, the Garmo family stocks the store's aisle ways and display cases with fresh meats, produce, and dairy products. Whole, boneless New York strip steaks ($3.99+/lb.) and boneless chicken breasts ($1.88+/lb. for 10lb. or more) wait with anticipation to sizzle on grill racks or heal black eyes from full sprints at the glass deli display. Treasure troves of polychromatic fruits and vegetables stay crisp beneath cool mists as refrigerators and freezers repel heat for dairy in the form of milk, cheeses, grade A large eggs ($0.99/dozen) and ice-cream igloos. To keep shopping trips from ending up one item short, nonperishables from name brands including Nestlé, General Mills, and Hunt's top off shopping carts.
Shoppers Valley Market
The Garmo family first opened the doors to Shoppers Valley Market in 1979, and its been stocking the store's grocery-packed aisles and bursting display cases by hand ever since. Vine-fresh produce spills out of bins and vies for the attention of customers browsing thick slabs of marbled meats at the deli station. Canned goods, household items, and spare shopping-cart wheels line the towering food corridors, delighting eyes with the sight of brand names that range from Dole to Duraflame, Mott's, and Ziploc. Just outside of the store, off-street parking allows visitors to leave their vehicles unattended without using their last genie wish to secure a space.