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Sprouts Farmers Market Weekly Ad Circular

Sprouts Farmers Market Weekly Ad Circular. Customer Reviews for Sprouts Farmers Market

Lisa M. - Always shop here. Store is always clean, food is always fresh and the prices are extraordinarily low. Staff is super friendly as well. It's literally up the street from our house and is easy to get in and get out. I prefer sprouts over the fresh market up the street.

Allison M. - Ooooh this is a very clean and well organized sprouts. Went here with a friend on a shopping spree and spent the whole time wondering why I don't shop here more. She let me in on the Wednesday secret (double deals). Very kind workers and good produce. Sold!

Jae V. - Really glad there is a Sprouts in Snellville. It's like a cheaper Whole Foods, but I would not say it's 'cheap'. Good options for produce and even though this is a smaller store, the vitamin section is well stocked. Nice place for buying speciality health products.

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