Erbachers is a family run business - not only do they grow some of their fruit and vegetables but they also support local produce and source locally where possible.
Inside the store
They have weekly specials on offer which are often items bagged to save some coin and are dependent on what's in stock and abundant for the season.
A cabinet of vegetables
Often I will find items, stocked at Erbachers, that I don't see at the larger supermarkets which is a nice surprise for quite a small shop.
Erbacher's own range of spices and herbs
Apart from stocking a wide range of fresh produce they also sell, spices and herbs, dairy products (cheeses, milks, yoghurts), eggs, bread, nuts and grain, honey and a small selection of meat.
Organic quinoa on offer
If you're looking for herbs or an interesting assortment of mushrooms there's a whole cabinet full to explore.
A variety of mushrooms in stock
Whilst right near the checkouts are condiments, oils, pasta and drinks on offer.
Items for the pantry
The checkouts are probably the only confusing section to navigate on your first visit. It pays to remember the place is cash only (though they do have an atm in store) and to line up behind each individual register. They offer shopping bags and always seem super grateful if you offer to help pack, you can also pick up a box if that suits you better.
Fresh flowers on offer
You can visit their website to find out more and to view their weekly specials.
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