This regional supermarket chain has been serving the grocery needs of the Northwest since 1954..
Founded in Seattle, Quality Food Center (QFC) has since spread throughout the Pacific Northwest to become one of the region's largest grocery chains. In 1998, QFC expanded its reach when it was acquired by grocery mega-corporation Kroger. All sores offer quality produce, meat and fish counters, fresh-baked goods, full-service delis and flower departments; many have pharmacies. The chain is also well-known for its comprehensive wine department--wine stewards are often present to suggest food pairings.
Little pricey, friendly staff.
We just moved to the neighborhood and have been to QFC several times so far. Quite a bit more expensive than Haggen's and Zupan's which I'm used to shopping at.
Nice staff, but the place is a tad cramped and limited in some of their selections.
Parking is ok, but it is pretty much the only game in the area.
Just sucks when you have a to pay a premium for essentials.
Not all Sellwoodites are rich.. Yikes! The prices! Paying close to $3.00 for hot dogs is downright scary! Actually, things have gotten a little better here since they introduced their "QFC Advantage Card" which gives you discounts on different items every week. But still, these prices are still a little scary. I usually go here because it's close and conveinient only; for real hard-core shopping I go to Food4Less. This is just too expensive. I wish Market Basket Thriftway had never left Sellwood.
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