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Old 19-07-2008, 19:19
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Default The Revamped Caprabo/ Eroski

Anyone been in and what are you thoughts? Better stocked, dearer/ cheaper? Nicer fresh food, more non food items?
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Old 20-07-2008, 04:44
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Some good 3 for 2 deals.

.....not that I go shopping that much!
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We used the revamped store quite a lot during our recent stay, my observations were:
No clothing or bed linens now - Very well stocked shelves - Prices good with plenty of special offers (if you understand them!) - Still stock basic household items - Good fresh fruit and veg.

We also use the Hiper supermarket about 5 minutes walk away, which previously most of the spanish used but this seems to have suffered from the opening of the new Eroski, it was almost empty when we went in and the Eroski was very busy.

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Perfectly, thanks. I like to cook when I am over and love the quality of produce. Pleased to hear that shelves are stocked and there are plenty bargains. My castellano is good enough to understand most shop signs and bargains.
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