Yesterday, sat. 7/27/19 at approx. 5pm. My wife & I were shopping at the above store. We went into the chips/snacks isle but the isle was blocked a young woman wearing a red winn-dixie t-shirt, packing-out products from a u-boat. Myself & 2 other customers also were shopping in the isle. The young lady gave me a dirty look & a menacing stare because she could not pack-out her items from that u boat because we were in her way. Why was she packing out & blocking the isle with that u boat at 5pm on a busy saturday evening? I as a senior customer felt compelled to apologize to her for interrrupting her work. My wife & I came to the store to grocery shop, not to be made nervous by a hostile/disrepectful winn dixie employee. We and I did not want any confrontation.. Our goal was to have a pleasant shopping experience which we did not have. Be advised I will never shop at this store again. Michael f. Hardy
I shop at store number 607, quite often. it's the closest grocery store around me. However, every time and I do mean EVERY TIME I go in there, I'm always ending up getting rotten meats, that haven't quite expired, yet, when you open them, man you can tell it's rotten, and also them not taking products off the shelves that are expired, and not just expired, I'm talking about 2 years expired! I've launched formal complaints to the store manager, James Doyle, but all I get in return is an appology, a promise it won't happen again, (we know that's not being dealt with) and a return of another non bad product in place of the bad one. But what about all the gas I spend not only shopping, but going back and forth cause stuff is bad? not to mentinon when i placed a complaint before, the store manager contacted me and asked me to never contact anyone else about bad product or services to anyone but him. that is not professional. i'm sorry, you should have pride in what you sell, and if it's not right, then it shoud be addressed and not at the consumer's life.