Grocery Stores in Weaverville, NC

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“Their pharmacy agreed to fill a medication today that I desperately needed while I was traveling. Other pharmacies gave me a date of tomorrow which I understood, but five stars for excelling!”

4.4 Superb69 Reviews

“Great grocery store. They have the lowest prices around and some really great produce. The seasonal products are good, too. Meats are pretty good quality as well.”

4.3 Superb44 Reviews

“A wonderful independent business. They have food, wine, even movie rentals! You can also get something to eat at the attached diner. The folks that work here are amazing and kind. They have all sorts of stuff, fishing supplies, even a little hardware. They also have household goods. I love stopping here.”

4.7 Superb17 Reviews

“Down the road from where I live! Handy for me. Stop by every day, and great staff. They try to remember their regulars, and they treat you as if they known you forever.”

4.7 Superb9 Reviews

“Great people with a friendly attitude. Good prices. Have been going to this pharmacy for about 5 years and if my Drs changes my medication or even the manufacturer changes they always let me know when something is different. Really appreciate that.”

4.3 Superb10 Reviews

“It's quick gas--what more is there to say except fair but not exceptional prices, self service, lotsa pumps and conveniently located near the I-26 and downtown Weaverville.”

3.8 Good18 Reviews

“We were visiting the area for about a week. This was my favorite grocery store hands down! They had a tremendous selection, fairly priced. Honestly my favorite grocery store ever.”

3.6 Good59 Reviews

“Definitely short on staff here but they do everything with a smile. Deli staff was overwhelmed but stated she was the only member on duty all week. The cashier also stated that people called out and she's worked so many hours that she's begging to get off. Store is clean, bathrooms are functional and the grocery area is organized. Overall it's a well maintained Walmart but needs more staff.”

2.8 Average6 Reviews

“Wonderful staff!!! Great prices! Yes it's cluttered sometimes because they need more staff! (It takes workers to put up truck) I'm thankful that this store exists in our community.”

2.6 Average5 Reviews

“All the women who work at Ingles Pharmacy in Weaverville are kind and personable. They always inform me of any possible precautions regarding my medication(s). This pharmacy is not the closest to me in distance, but I will continue to use this pharmacy because of their terrific, personalized service.”

2.6 Average6 Reviews

“Yesterday I had a completely charmed visit to the Ingles store in Weaverville. For two months last year, April and May, I lived out in the mountains near this store. I was, at that time, extremely impressed with the store. The young high school cashiers struck me as being quite different from the typical checked-out Asheville high school kids behind the cash registers. They were fun, engaged, and interesting. I discovered the secret of that high level of morale was a particular woman front-end manager. I used to teach customer service in the Earth Fare store in Asheville, where I was a cashier myself. I said to her one evening, "These kids are actually having fun at work. What's your secret?" She told me that her driving focus was to "take the pressure off them". As a result, they genuinely had a good time at work - and were great to deal with. She really believed that her job as their manager was to make their work easier and more effective, not just to "manage" them. Yesterday, Jessica Chandler - one of the store managers - helped me with a problem I was having with my iPhone. I told her I needed to connected to Wi-Fi and to power in order to download my data. This went beyond your typical level of customer service, but she was happy to do it. Ingles stores tend to be clean and bright, with wide aisles and a great variety of products. I have been an Ingles Advantage Card frequent shopper for over 16 years. In that time, I have bought many thousands of dollars of merchandise from the various stores in Asheville - and now, in the last year, all over the western North Carolina "high mountains" north of Asheville. In that time, I have discovered that the further you get from the Asheville corporate office, the better the managers tend to be: more friendly, engaged and hands-on - less impressed with their own white shirts. As I was leaving yesterday, Jessica was bagging groceries - a big difference from many of the city managers who never engage with staff or customers and seldom leave their ivory tower up at the customer service desk. Congratulations to Steve Crawford and his team in the Weaverville store for a really well-run, high morale, customer-service-oriented grocery store!”

1.8 Poor4 Reviews

“Yesterday I had a completely charmed visit to the Ingles store in Weaverville.For two months last year, April and May, I lived out in the mountains near this store. I was, at that time, extremely impressed with the store. The young high school cashiers struck me as being quite different from the typical checked-out Asheville high school kids behind the cash registers. They were fun, engaged, and interesting. I discovered the secret of that high level of morale was a particular woman front-end manager. I used to teach customer service in the Earth Fare store in Asheville, where I was a cashier myself. I said to her one evening, "These kids are actually having fun at work. What's your secret?" She told me that her driving focus was to "take the pressure off them". As a result, they genuinely had a good time at work - and were great to deal with. She really believed that her job as their manager was to make their work easier and more effective, not just to "manage" them.Yesterday, Jessica Chandler - one of the store managers - helped me with a problem I was having with my iPhone. I told her I needed to connected to Wi-Fi and to power in order to download my data. This went beyond your typical level of customer service, but she was happy to do it.Ingles stores tend to be clean and bright, with wide aisles and a great variety of products. I have been an Ingles Advantage Card frequent shopper for over 16 years. In that time, I have bought many thousands of dollars of merchandise from the various stores in Asheville - and now, in the last year, all over the western North Carolina "high mountains" north of Asheville. In that time, I have discovered that the further you get from the Asheville corporate office, the better the managers tend to be: more friendly, engaged and hands-on - less impressed with their own white shirts. As I was leaving yesterday, Jessica was bagging groceries - a big difference from many of the city managers who never engage with staff or customers and seldom leave their ivory tower up at the customer service desk.Congratulations to Steve Crawford and his team in the Weaverville store for a really well-run, high morale, customer-service-oriented grocery store!”

2.4 Poor10 Reviews

“Still getting used to the new layout, but shelves were well stocked. Aisles were clean. I really like the new shopping carts as they are taller and encourage better posture. Employee at the self check out was quick to help with a bad scan, and she did so with a smile.”

3 Average93 Reviews

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