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Ken’s Market

September 1st, 2010 · Comments

Ken’s Market (Groceries, deli)
7231 Greenwood Ave. N (Map)
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 784-3470‎

Yelp: “One of the best family owned, neighborhood grocery stores around. We need more like this!…”

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (31 votes, average: 3.97 out of 5)
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Comments

  1. Brad says:

    Ken’s is a non-union business that frequently misleads is employees and promotes a juvenile work environment.

    Wisconsin Labor supporters should consider this when shopping there.

  2. john walker says:

    oh jeezus, just another whiner without a clue. they do sell cheese to go along with that.

  3. Brad says:

    Their cheese is overpriced and frequently past the expiration date. My daughter got sick from one of their deli sandwiches. Ew.

  4. john walker says:

    sounds like a smear campaign.

  5. Frank says:

    I was chatting with one of the checkers, and she told me that the rubber mats that they stand on haven’t been replaced in years. New store, but the owners are too cheap to make it easier to stand on a concrete floor? You’d think with what they charge for their groceries, they could do provide some basics for the employees.

  6. Ken's alumni says:

    Well I don’t know where ya’ll are getting your information, but I worked for Ken’s for years and so have a few of my close friends, and they are a great company to work for. They take great care of their trusted employees and make it a fun work environment. They do their best to put out great products and of coarse they are a little more expensive than the huge corporate grocery stores. I’m glad they are here and still shop there all the time. Oh and if i just put in millions of dollars of repairs and improvements the last thing I would be spending money on are rubber mats that I’m sure are probably just fine.

  7. Frank says:

    They spent that much on the remodel and are too cheap to replace some rubber mats?