Hiller's Market
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3052 Twelve Mile Rd Berkley, MI 48072
3052 Twelve Mile RoadUSMichiganBerkley48072
SupermarketToday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PMMonday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PMTuesday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PMWednesday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PMThursday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PMFriday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PMSaturday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
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"There was mold on the food in the vegetable aisle."
"There were several displays of organic or specialty foods, which is a positive."
"The selection of produce was nothing impressive."
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carl cuchetti
2 years ago
This store is awful, I shop at it a few times a week and I hate it a little more every time -- but I live in Berkley, so what am I going to do? Go to the even grosser Kroger on Woodward? Or take the trouble to park and stand in line at Westborn? This Hiller's is basically three rooms with one doorway each, so there are pinch points all around those doorways and the end caps that jam up with carts and people continuously. The interior is not so much dirty as just depressingly old and dreary. The meat and fruits are decent, the other produce poor with a limited selection and the lunch meat and deli items are very expensive. I hear there are nice Hiller's out there, I just don't understand why the company won't fix this one? Do they think Berkley people won't shop at a 'fancy grocery'. Take over The Lunch Cafe and that antique store and expand! If the aisles would accommodate carts, you would probably see your per-customer sales go up - we never do our weekly shopping there - just emergency shopping for one or two things we need that day. No one would shop at that Kroger then.
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A Google User
5 years ago
This store is terrible! We were in there this weekend ... the prices are outrageous. Soup was $1 more a can there than anywhere else, Boarshead lunch meat $8.99 lb, Pedigree dog food, small can, .99. There was mold on the food in the vegetable aisle. Nasty. We were overcharged for 3 items and charged for an item we did not purchase. And believe me, we did not purchase that many items. Meat is weighed in the container, not just the paper, the whole styrofoam , and you are charged for it. The gluten free foods are right next to the regular and whole wheat foods, not in a separate space. They are all mixed in together, so you don't know if it has been contaminated or not. I could deal with the strange layout and the feeling that you are shopping through a maze, but it really is not worth the effort. The store just gives off an old and dated aura. Drive the extra mile and go to Holiday, you won't be disappointed there.
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A Google User
5 years ago
Its certainly not the biggest store in the area, but it is by far the best. They have the freshest and best meats in the area. Definitely worth checking out the specials too--you can get some pretty great deals if your smart about it.
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3 years ago
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Anne Maclean
2 years ago
love it
A Google User
5 years ago
I have been hearing a lot of ads on the radio recently about Hiller's. I stopped in one day to check it out. I was, unfortunately, not impressed with this particular store. I found it very small, crowded and confusing. The selection of produce was nothing impressive. I was also looking for crackers, but did not seem to find a section that had them. There were several displays of organic or specialty foods, which is a positive. The sales in the ads are also appealing. On the whole though, this location was too small and disjointed. The main part of the store is cramped, while the connected meat area/bakery section feels too spacious. Finally, I bought yogurt from the store and even though the yogurt was nowhere near expiring and the container (Yoplait) was not compromised, I found a small layer of whitish mold on the inside. Finding that in my yogurt soured my already unimpressed opinion of this Hiller's market. I understand it may be convenient, but I would not go back for the reasons mentioned above.
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Rob Sullivan
4 years ago
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4 years ago