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    Default Spud Shed - Western Australia

    Hi ladies

    Does anyone shop here?

    If so, what is the quality & prices like?

    TIA :-)

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    I went on Monday. It's been awhile though only because I used to be working. Great prices. I only spent $29 and got 2x4kg bags potatoes, whole pumpkin, celery, bananas, apples, lettuce, tomatoes, 4 loaves of bread, 2L juice, 1kg natural yoghurt, 2kg onions, 3kg carrots.

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    Wow! Thats awesome, thank you!
    What do you think of the quality?

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    I've been to a few different ones and it's hit and miss. Morley seems good, plus they have to compete with the rest of Coventrys so you'll always find something. I've had zero luck with Wanneroo, always gross and moldy.
    Kelmscott is pretty good too. But I've found you do have to commit time and search through produce.

    And don't take kids, it's a nightmare

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    I've been to a few different ones and it's hit and miss. Morley seems good, plus they have to compete with the rest of Coventrys so you'll always find something. I've had zero luck with Wanneroo, always gross and moldy.
    Kelmscott is pretty good too. But I've found you do have to commit time and search through produce.

    And don't take kids, it's a nightmare
    Haha thanks hun, good tip.
    Think ill checkout Morley next week just to see what its like.

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    I always shop at spud shed. Sometimes its really good but sometimes its not. Prices are super cheap.

    The one thing to consider is whats in season is always awesome and cheap but things that aren't in season are usually crap and expensive. This is really how we should shop anyway.

    Do be careful with the meat though, ive had a couple of things be off when I get them home...DOUBLE check the dates ALL THE TIME.

    I go to wanneroo

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    It's all seconds, except for the mangoes when they're in season and they bring a truck of them down but you need to be lucky. I second Wanneroo - 'Andrews' in the north western corner, park on the side street frontage. Much better quality and as cheap, if not cheaper. I live on the other side of the freeway to Spud Shed Innaloo and it's just miserable going there, not to mention the traffic bank up at Ikea.

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    Sorry - I mean the separate market stalls at Wanneroo, not the Spud Shed at Wanneroo.

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    Thanks @Losilane 2010 i will check the dates for sure

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    Thanks @Hulahoop i just wish the big 2 would get better with their prices! We have a really amazing fruit & veg shop near us and are spoilt with the quality so i hope the spudshed can sway me!


 

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