Alps

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The ALPS store in Neosho, Missouri has been open for about three years but has never been able to gain much share of the grocery business in town. The store is small but their selection is limited to mostly in-house brands that most people aren't familiar with. The brands I've personally used are fine and equal to most name brands.

Their produce is not always very fresh and with rare exceptions, their fresh meat is overpriced and old. Shoppers have to check freshness dates on milk, butter, lunch meats, etc. because sometimes the dates on products are long past so beware.

Their prices are sometimes cheaper than the competition but not always. In recent months, the store has moved away from carrying a full line of groceries to add a stock of "dollar" items. While this adds variety for the shopper, the change has reduced the grocery stock until it would be rather difficult to walk in and fill your entire shopping list.

Their frozen foods are fine and affordably priced. Their frozen bagged vegetables are one of the best deals in the store - prices are considerably lower than most other stores.

ALPS is run by a very nice couple who work hard but without a full scale grocery market, it's not likely that they'll ever be a real contender for local grocery business.

PROS: Some prices are low and some bargains are good
CONS: Too much "dollar" shop stock

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★★★☆☆

The ALPS store in Neosho, Missouri has been open for about three years but has never been able to gain much share of the grocery business in town. The store is small but their selection is limited to mostly in-house brands that most people aren't familiar with. The brands I've personally used are fine and equal to most name brands.

Their produce is not always very fresh and with rare exceptions, their fresh meat is overpriced and old. Shoppers have to check freshness dates on milk, butter, lunch meats, etc. because sometimes the dates on products are long past so beware.

Their prices are sometimes cheaper than the competition but not always. In recent months, the store has moved away from carrying a full line of groceries to add a stock of "dollar" items. While this adds variety for the shopper, the change has reduced the grocery stock until it would be rather difficult to walk in and fill your entire shopping list.

Their frozen foods are fine and affordably priced. Their frozen bagged vegetables are one of the best deals in the store - prices are considerably lower than most other stores.

ALPS is run by a very nice couple who work hard but without a full scale grocery market, it's not likely that they'll ever be a real contender for local grocery business.

PROS: Some prices are low and some bargains are good
CONS: Too much "dollar" shop stock

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