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Tres Sierras Market Selling Spolied Products Newhall, CA

Do not shop at Tres Sierras market located in Newhall, CA on Main Street. I've notice this store has drop drastically in business thus causing them to try to save money by conserving their products longer then the spected shelf time. Today August 16, 2010 my wife and I decided to go buy some bread but we literally ran out after what we encounter. As my wife was selecting the bread out of the glass shelf is hold we notice a bigger than normal fly inside. Not only the fly was unsanitary but one entire pan of bread pudding had "MOLD" and as my wife open the glass door a strong odor came out. After reporting this to the manager on duty we literally ran out the store and went to buy our bread to their competitors "Vallarta Supermarkets". For does who still choose to buy from this store be very carefull and check for expiration dates and also inspect the perishable food before purchasing. Good Luck!!!!
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#194283 Review #194283 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Los Angeles, California
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Whorse mexican market

Today July 30 my wife went to tres sierras market and bought a whole chicken, the price over $8.00 dollars, Quality, the worse and not the first time we have complaint before about the meat & chicken quality but not is not a positive response from the store manager, he ignore the problem and I bet they put the chicken back. Here is the address don't go and buy chicken there you will get sick,,, 24316 San Fernando Rd New hall CA 91321 the manager name is juan we can't get his last name because their refuese to give the last name
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Los Angeles, California



The company of Tresierras markets was founded in 1944 by Francisco and Pilar Tresierras in San Fernando, CA. After having moved from Santa Paula to San Fernando, Francisco and Pilar noticed that the Latino community in the San Fernando Valley was dramatically underserved so they set out to bring the products that “The Valley’s” burgeoning Latino population was looking for. Francisco and Pilar opened the first Tresierras Market on Kalisher St. in San Fernando, CA. Today the company of Tresierras markets currently operates 4 full-service Latino supermarkets in Ventura and Los Angeles counties. Tresierras markets stores have 18 departments which are intended to sell meat, grocery cakes and pastries, creamery, seafood, Mexican kitchen, bakery, salsa, juice, and spices, etc.

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