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Where do the Kansas City Foodies like to shop for, what else, food?

jvergara | Nov 3, 200605:03 PM     50

With the new Green Acres Organic Grocer opening in the Briarcliff Village Shopping area soon, and all of anxiously waiting to check it out, it does make me wonder: Where do the foodies in KC like to shop for their . . .food?

P.S. For more info about Green Acres Organic Grocer go to: http://www.greenacres.com/about.php Their soft opening date is set for November 11, 2006 with their grand opening on December 2, 2006.

Your posts can be anything from a really terrific chain grocery store you would like to recommend to an ethnic specialty grocery store you alway hit up for those authenic ingredients to a farmers market roadside stands you love to frequent.

I am always looking for new places to go in KC . . .just for fun and for inspiration. Please help me find a new place to go when I am needing to feel inspired.

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