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Numerous times I had filed complaints directly with Publix web site only to be brushed off by a phone call assuring me things would be resolved. Numerous times last year and again a couple of times this year I am still finding bad seafood and rotten cantelopes, limes,...
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Anonymous
#1507984

Return for a refund! Throwing away the rotten food only perpetuates the problem. Publix sold me rotten food this week … sweet potatoes, 1 out of 4 turned to mush in (3) days; ...

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#113670 Review #113670 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I am a careful shopper and was proud to show my northern visitors what produce was available at Publix. However, 1970's are history and so are Publix Produce products. If, CUT FRUIT BOWLS or SALAD, look closely to find DECAY consistently. Fruit and vegetables are...
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Anonymous
#54099

To the person who calls themself: Publix is NOT SO GOOD, I guess you don\'t get it. They are not calling all customers ***. Just you. And since I had to spell it out...

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#110795 Review #110795 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I have spoken with numerous employees in the Deli Department which I have visited (sparingly). UNRESPONSIVE MANAGEMENT (Deli Manager AND Store Manger) have "OVERLOOKED" REPEATED REPORTS OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT and Retribution for whistle blowing is POLICY. A...
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Anonymous
#723829

You are right, Publix at Miracle Mile is a danger to people in the community. There is blatant discrimination, Russ Reaver the district manager makes a mockery of discriminati...

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#110794 Review #110794 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I have had employees confide that the produce (which is either rotting or rotten within TWO DAYS) is shipped FROZEN which naturally destroys most nutrition and flavor. Milk goes sour usually a few days Before expiration date due to milk being left out after delivery...
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MattD78
#1156126

According to multiple sources including WebMD, freezing vegetables has NO impact on nutrients what so ever. What do you think happens in nature when winter comes? Do you think...

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#110793 Review #110793 is a subjective opinion of poster.