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Hartnett Drive Wholesale Food Shop

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Published June 17th 2013
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Food at Hartnett Drive


When buying groceries, especially fruit you are always looking for the cheapest place to purchase these items. I have found Safeway and Coles to be a rip off sometimes when buying my fruit and vegetables, that's why occasionally I shop at Hartnett Drive's wholesale food market which sells everything that you would find at a grocery store.

The store stocks meat, vegetables, fruit, bread, lollies, snacks, chocolate, ice-cream, soft drink and frozen food like nuggets, fish and hash browns.

The store is really big, and is practically a big warehouse, so it can get quite cold in there. However there are really lovely staff and the place is very spacious and no tiny aisles to bump into people.

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Hartnett Drive offers trolleys but they are quite small so you can't really fit in a lot of stuff.

I can buy strawberries at Hartnett Drive for up to 1.99 a kilo. All the fruit is about 40% off normal retail price.

The food at Hartnett Drive is fresh, it is not hand me down food from overstocked grocery stores.

Hartnett Drive also sells American soft drinks like Dr Pepper and Cherry Cola for just $2 each.

The store also stocks party stuff (streamers, balloons, etc) cards, wrapping paper and books.

The store is perfect if you live in the Seaford area, it is surrounded by a lot of warehouses and little places such as Vic Roads, Westpac bank and a few little snack bars.

Hartnett Drive is one of my favourite places to do vegetable and fruit shopping.
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Where: Hartnett Drive, Seaford.
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Good deal on strawberries. Usually they're about 1 per 100g in the super market.
by Bryony Harrison (score: 4|12313) 2123 days ago
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