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Its a great shopping store
Since 2 weeks before Peasach I dont see any of the Katz Glutten Free Products
Please stock up again with their products
Thanx in advance
i have an advice for bringing back the wagons, that thay should call out in the mike evrey hour and 15 minuts that please everyone should bring back there wagons, this wil help alot iyh
Just curious, who is responsible for the dent in the car when the shopping cart rolled into it?
Years ago KRM paid a man to watch the carts. He made you leave a package as a mashkon so you would bring the wagon back. I also feel I must bring back more than one when I find them where i park.
to strvelief:: it was- you missed it! I got 4 pounds– 2 weeks ago!
wasn’t the cheaper hand shmura matza $9.99, now it’s $10.99 in the ad – !!
Baoruch HaShem for all those people who leave their “borrowed” carts all over 39th Street, and don’t bring them back to the store. Since each time they take a wagon down the street, theybecome shoalim. A shoel is chayav for the loss of the item he borrows. So when they leave the wagon where their car is, they become chayav. But since the item becomes an aveida, I get the mitzvah of bringing the aveida back to the owner- KRM!. Such an easy mitzvah! And sometimes I even need to use one of the three or four wagons I bring back!
I don’t understand how people who shop at KRM (or the other store nearby) who are supposed to be “yerayim & shlaymim” can leave the shopping carts not near the store. It’s an outright Chutzpah and Genayvah! And we all pay for it because these stores have to raise their prices to recoup their loss. I have seen the carts in different locations in lower Boro Park, being used by Chinese workers, and I have seen homeless people on Ocean Parkway with all their “possessions” in these shopping carts. The suggestion of taking a deposit for the carts has merit, but also has a drawback these days when people don’t have cash and use only plastic. The real solution is that people should be honest and at least leave the carts near the store.
re: missing shopping carts
maybe you should go back to the old days when a deposit was required to remove wagon from in front of store
iN RESPONSE TO THE COMMENT ABOUT THE SHOPPING CARTS. mANY HAVE BEEN “APPROOPRIATED” BY BOTTLE COLLECTORS AND OTHER BUSINESSES. SHOPPERS LEAVE THEM BLOCKS AWAY FROM THE STORE AND EXPECT THEM TO FIND THEIR WAY HOME.
I love KRM and spend about $350.00 a week. I was just wondering why you don’t invest in another stock of shopping carts so that in heavy season (Pesach is around the corner) we don’t have to wait outside begging for carts. Last Wednesday was another example of when the extra carts would have made a more pleasurable shopping experience. Thank you agian for your low prices and specials.
I usually go to your store to do my shopping. However, yesterday I was not feeling well and I typed my order ready to be faxed to you. Was I disappointed when I was told that I cannot have any sale items ! I asked, “Even if I have many items that are regular priced?”
That’s our policy, I was told. I am your customer for many, many years and was I disappointed! I do not know of any store that has this policy. (And that is even though you charge for delivery.)
if you click on the ad it will get bigger and its a more clear that way
I do not like the new way that you show a “clearer” view of the sale page. It’s much more difficult to read
When will you have the large boxes of Kleenex on sale again – the 10 pack – for like $13 or $14.00?
I wish I’d never posted my comment! I didn’t think anyone in my own community would be so against my carefully chosen words. I never said anything about discrimination or preventing workers from wearing religious articles. I guess if you can attack, you will.
I love shopping in your store, the service and the prices are great.
I understand that it is summer, and the business is slow, so you dont put on such good specials. But this week it tops it off. How
could you put such specials?
Hope next week will be better. Thanks for your service
CAN U GUYS BERING IN TAMMAN SOUR STICKS @ SOUR BELTS
I GAVE IT O MY KIDS AND THEY SAY IT TASTE JUST THE SAME LIKE PASKHAZ >FOR THE HALF THE PRICE
THE NEW SPECIALS WILL START TOMORROW THEY SHOULD BE POSTED SOMETIME TONIGHT
(THE MAGAZINES WHERE NOT PRINTED YET DUE TO T’SHA B’AV)
when are you posting your specials?
Religous discrimination is against the law in the United States. BE HAPPY EVERYONE!! Our men can wear Tzitzis and hats and women may cover their hair is they so desire. And I shop at KRM regularly. And Hip Hip Hooray for that too! Happy Birthday Uncle Sam….
You can not legally (in the United States) tell an employee that he can’t wear a religious item, lie a cross, at work.
KRM Kollel is terrific–good prices, great selection, fresh produce, etc. The only thing that concerns me is the lack of a dress code. While most of the workers do wear the shirt or vest of the store, several wear large crosses and other Christian necklaces that don’t seem appropriate for a strictly kosher supermarket. I think that no religious articles should be worn on the job. Freedom is expected, but dress codes are good, and no religious articles would be less offensive. If a worker insists on wearing a cross, he/she should put it inside the shirt.
I enjoy shopping here. i can’t recall experiencing rudeness, although workers don’t always answer my questions. more than once, a worker has sent me to an aisle but i couldn’t find the item and went back. he walked with me to the aisle and showed me where it was.
the managers and butchers are dolls.
i live in queens and work in brooklyn, if my wife is in the neighborhood, she shops here and has it delivered to my office. works well.
I always check specias on line first, before coming down to your store. why am I having difficulty lately viewing your “weekly specials” page. kindly advise
The politically correct – and polite – word is “Hispanic.” The workers are most likely Hispanic or Latino American –”Latino” for short. I would guess that they are paid minimum wage and that they work very hard for that money. I live in New Jersey and I am always struck by the overall rude, abrupt and crude nature of the Jews I encounter in Brooklyn. I can only imagine how someone who does not speak our language well experiences them. If they would make eye contact with any of the female customers, Heaven Forbid!, someone would accuse them of not being tznius. So, it is probably a best for them, and keeps the job tolerable, if they wear their ear phones, keep their heads down and do their jobs. Just thank Hashem that you don’t have to do that kind of work and perhaps give them a tip before you leave. Trust me… that would change their attitude a whole lot.
Miriam. Of what earthly significance is it that the workers are “Spanish?” (Actually, I doubt is even one of them is from Spain.) If you have a negative attitude others will feel it. Try treating the workers with respect and politeness, and be amazed by how nice and helpful THEY are as well.
Interesting. I left a polite comment last week, and it didn’t get published. I love the Kollel Store, but commented on how the Hispanic workers always try to flirt with the teenaged Jewish girls who come in to shop. I, myself, as an older woman have no problem shopping there, but my daughters are extremely uncomfortable. They refuse to come into the store with me, and will only enter if it’s an emergency and no one else can go instead. The Jewish workers are polite, and don’t bother anyone.
I just bought a box of tam tam baked after peach
It taste like heaven
Going back to get a case
FYI 1.59 is a crazy price
The prices are great. The produce is always fresh. The store is always kept clean but in my life i have NEVER seen such rude spanish workers. I always say please and thank you but they are glued to their ear phones and they pretend they dont hear you. The management has to give them a crash course on costumer service.
The worker appreciate when you are polite to them. Shoppers ask for something, then they don’t say thank you. A number of the workers know me, I greet them when i see them and get a smile. The cashiers as well. If the customers will be polite, the workers should respond in kind.
i am a long time customer and i am in retail myself and i have a lot of workers that speak spanish i would say most of the time the way you treat them is the way you get treated if you treat them like a animal or second class person then besides for the tremendous chilul hashem you are making they will treat you the same right back so before you go around bashing mexicans think twice before you ask them a question and dont forget they are a big reason that stores are able to maintain low prices
The Spanish help R working there 4 years i know them the old ones at least R very very nice & helpful.
I agree with Sara that the Spanish help are very nasty. I have in fact made mention of it to Yanky several month ago. They are rude, not at all helpful and generally nasty.
@norma kirschner sorry for the inconvenience there was a issue with the one of the shipments of walnuts you can bring in the receipt for a full refund and thank you for shopping @KRM
WHAT AN EXPERIENCE DAY I HAD? JUST FOLLOW WHAT I DID……. I SHOPPED @ KRM SUPERSTORE
This store is one and only one place to shop! absolutely the best in prices, quality, excellent service, helpful, knowledge, Communication, Valet parking and top of all the only place which you shop and you just don’t want to go home this is like a “second home”.
There speedy and friendly delivery service is a pleasure any issues or questions you walk over to any stock boy, Counterman, Cashier, Managers, Partners, owners they are all waiting to help you!!!
“Remember every item in this store is a bargain!! No need to shop elsewhere”!!!
I PURCHASED A COUPLE POUNDS OF THE LOOSE WALNUTS AND THEY WERE
ALL BLACK WAS NOT ABLE TO USE EVEN ONE. EITHER THEY WERE OLD OR
SOMETHING WAS WRONG.
Great store. What I like most about it is that they are well stocked. Items on sale are always available. Friendly staff as well.
Most of the staff at KRM are excellent. I have been shopping there for over ten years and find the prices excellent and the staff very accomodating. I don’t live in Brooklyn, but I come here once a week. Worth the trip.
They finally got in clear choice soda
No more running to shop rite
Wow what an expierence shopping!!! Why go somewhere else when you could go to the originators where Price, Quality, Selection, and most of all the friendly service.
Ari and LD are very accommodating , both here and upstate.
I have shoped there for ever.I have to say the costumer service is Excelent. Every time i have a problem or need a favor or even once i was short in money they helped me .workers R very polite they work there for years.once a new worker talking to another, used a bad language i brought it up & they took care of it rite away .prices R rite.thank U.
The kollel store is great you cant compare any other grocery stores in brooklyn to the great prices they give and the managers there are really great and helpfull exspecially ari s who always helps with a smile i will continue to shop there with great happiness and pleasure
I shop at KRM almost every Friday and find their prices UNBEATABLE! KEEP IT UP!
Sarah, I find everyone in the krm very pleasant and helpful.
What I see is people not always being nice to the workers. They are people too. If your nice to them , they will be nice yo you.I have never had any problems.
I just moved to lakewood and my friends keep asking me if I miss Boro Park. I tell them that what I miss is KRM!! The selection and prices just can’t be beat. I miss the clean, wide aisles, the weekly specials and the staff…The stores I’ve been to here don’t come close. Wish they would open a branch here or deliver here….
SARAH H: Your comments is extremely racist. While their staff may not be the best, doesn’y mean that’s attributed to their being spanish. NEWSFLASH: Anyone of any origin can be not so helpful
I agree with longtime customer, the service from the shelf stockers @ KRM is nasty. They hardly speak English, they won’t answer a question or shrug and say they don’t know & they talk in Spanish about us. Can’t they find some Jewish staff? Maybe special needs adults who could use a job filling the shelves. The Jewish girl who makes up orders is really helpful & knows every product and she always answers my questions politely. True, you can’t beat the prices. Be careful of the valet parking, I had a brand new cell phone case on my passenger seat & it was stolen while it was in the lot. Now I lock my previous purchases in the trunk.
At KRM no need to look for specials whatever you buy is ALWAYS on special remember there is a lot of places out there to shop when you are ready to buy Just go to the ORIGINATOR not to the IMITATORS
What I like about KRM is that the things that are not on sale have a decent price anyway, unlike some stores where there is a minimum on high priced items.
Customer service guys are great. if i forget something i can come back later or the next day, show him my receipt and he’ll let me buy sales items without hitting the minimum again. if i buy the wrong item, they exchange it w/o hassle.
I have found the customer service here to be fantastic–and I’m very picky. Got a wrong price on matzahs before Pesach and brought the register tape in. The manager could not have been nicer, apologized, and took the difference off my bill immediately. The guy in the meat department has rushed packaging for specials that weren’t out yet because he knew I was waiting–and was very pleasant about it.
BTW, I first met KRM in the days when we had to bring a letter from the Rosh Kollel to even get in. As someone else said, it’s wonderful that they’ve opened it up to the entire community–AND G-d bless all of the neshamos represented by those strollers! I’m happy to step around them!
To long time customer: You must be shopping someplace else. The people working at KRM are friendly and helpful ALL the time. I absolutely love shopping there and go elsewhere only in an emergency. KRM – you rock!
I went back shopping to KRM except for Fruits & veggies. (KRM was always expensive on (F&V).
At Gourmet Glatt whatever is not on sale you will pay an arm and 2 legs. At Gourmet Glatt one of the owners is Mr. Silberstein from the 13 ave by 45 st. who owns the fruits store and here is what I saw in many years.
(I only buy at that location when I need something 911)
He has no prices on the items or on the shelf’s.
He is more expensive than any (many) local groceries.
(prices are Pharmacy prices. I once got a small bottle of Tylenol for $9.49 and later saw that it was a sample and it had posted on it “NOT FOR SALE”)
He blocked all the registers with pushkys you should not see what he is charging you (over charging from what is posted on the fruits & veggies) (I asked him a few times why he blocks the registers? he told me he will remove it, bUT IT IS STILL ON.
Although the prices are fair, the friendliness isn’t!. There’s never a personalized word or smile from anyone. If you need to ask where an item is, you must walk all the way to the front desk. The stock boys will barely answer. So…maybe put someone in the back of the store, with a smile, who can steer customers in the right direction!
For all of you who complian about delivery charge:
NOTHING is free. Of course it is easier for stores that charge higher prices to offer “free” delivery. You are paying for that through the higher prices!
I used to be kithen manager for a local Individual Care Facility, and I was responsibe for ordering all of the food from multiple vendors. I researched prices extensively for the lowest prices, as it was run by a chesed organization and the money was hekdesh. I found the Kollel prices were within only PENNIES difference from (sometimes pennies more, sometimes even pennies less than) the kosher distributors who sold WHOLESALE to us and to stores!
It seems some people simply CANNOT be pleased!
KRM stands for “Kollel, Rabbeim, and Mishpachos”. It was originally started as a chesed (first for Rabbeim and Kollel only, and later for large mishpachos as well) to provide inexpensive food to those who could least afford. Shortly after the move to this newest location, after much deliberation, they opened it to the public as well, due to public demand.
The main focus of the store is still specifically to benefit (and accommodate) the large families to be more able to afford thier large food bill burden. The strollers BELONG there. YOU are an accommodation made as a favor. Yet you demand the ones who can least afford it pay a babysitter just to shop! If it bothers you so much, how about YOU pay their baby sitters, or YOU pay more elsewhere to shop!
Your sour grapes are just further evidence that indeed no good deed goes unpunished.
(By the way, I shop there and NEVER bring a carriage or anything else into the store, so any bias on my part does not lie there.)
I take issue with the last few comments.If you do not want to shop at KRM it is your loss but why badmouth the store on line. I for one, love to shop at KRM. I know I can rely on the prices, quality and service with a smile. In my experience when produce prices are lower more often than not the quality is much lower as well. Let us remember that it was KRM that brought grocery prices down for all of us, many years ago, and continues to do so.
I stopped shopping at KRM for the following reasons
1) Delivery Charge
2) at “Gourmet Glatt” the prices for fruit & vegetables, and meat department, is much cheaper from krm
3) the meat at “Gourmet Glatt” is pecked nice, by the KRM it’s allways leeking and full with blood.
4) at KRM to get there specials u have to buy a minimum, by “Gourmet Glatt” u don’t
5)“Gourmet Glatt” is a nice store.
I stopped shopping at KRM, I started to shop the next block at “Gourmet Glatt” which have “FREE DELIVERY”, KRM cost me $4 FOR DELIVERY.
Why do you charge for delivery? I’m thinking twice before shopping at your store for that reason.
Guess what? The minimum purchase of $15 was lowered to $10. They got the hint. Gourmet Glatt is just a stones’ throw away with just about the same price. One thing is for certain, the fruits and vegetables are CHEAPER.
I am stunned at “BOURBON”s comments. Get a babysitter to go grocery shopping??? That is OUTRAGEOUS!!! He should shop early morning or late at night is the strollers offend him. KRM is the greatest place on earth to shop. BAR NONE
Stop complaining. I am always happy to shop at the KRM. The selection is huge, prices are quite good and most of the staff is accommodating. I will say though that I don’t much care for one of the guys in the valet parking lot.
WHY IS THERE A CHARGE FOR DELIVERIES – WE R TO SPOILED TO PAY EXTA MONEY FOR DELIVERY
To Bourbon: I am one of those with a stroller, and all the others don’t bother me. I’m the kind that takes my baby everywhere I go. Krm has great prices and you end up saving a lot on your shopping. So you either put up with the traffic or as you yourself say, there’s money for everything, so GO SHOP SOMEWHERE ELSE even if you have to spend more.
Would be a better place to shop if you ban baby strollers. G-d forbid a fire people would trample them in a second. Leaving them at the entrance is not a good idea either. They sometimes block the entrance and you can’t even get in the door. Last week I couinted 13 strollers. There is money for everything get a sitter if you need to shop!
Just a note what a pleasure shopping experience it is not just the shopping, KRM proved it to be a simple pleasure going to shop where there is always help and the pricing is awesome, and most of all ALWAYS WITH A SMILE I could simply say YES the only place in Boro Park you will find this combination. KRM keep up your good work
all other stores have a $10.00 min to get the sale items
why all of a sudden krm raised it to $15.00
ui think you should reconsider not that anybody comes in just
I absolutely love KRM. But why would they want to double their minimum non-sale to $15 when Gourmet Glatt (a new store down the block) doesn’t have any minimum at all to get the specials and paperific’s (a block away) minimum is only $10. I almost always spend at least $20-$30 non-sale at KRM but will still hesitate to shop there as often now because I will have to have a bigger list of non-sale items to buy before I leave the house.
It’s a $15 non-sale purchase, not $20. It’s not that difficult to buy a minimum $15 worth of groceries if you buy items that can be stored in a pantry or the freezer or have an expiration date long in the future. It is much more efficient, even for a family of 1-2 to buy items on sale, as long as it will be used eventually and won’t go to waste, so to answer your question – yes, find $15 of non-sale items to buy.
Alternatively, if you don’t have the room and the sale items are only going to save you a few dollars, it may not be worth your while.
People are expected to use their brains and see if the sales are worth their while.
It is not always feasible to spend $20 when you are a family of one or two, does that mean that you should not be allowed to obtain the specials. Or would you prefer that when the customer comes in looks to spend exactly $20 and not a penny more so that they can get the special. If the amount is reasonable, the person buys what he needs, when he needs it, if he needs it and does not look to spend exactly the $20.
The difference between KRM and KMK is that the latter knows you by name and the former doesn’t. Personally speaking.
the reply is from another viewer of the website not the store itself
KOSHER MEAT KLUB IN MILWAUKEE IS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH BETTER THEY HAVE A WAY BETTER SELECTION AND MUCH BETTER CUSTOMER CARE!
Before you decide to respond to any comments ,it would be very wise to read the comments first.I wrote that ” I BOUGHT at your store on Sunday around $500.00.YOU ARE MISSING THE WHOLE POINT JUST LIKE ALL YOUR ADS ARE VERY CLEAR, EASY TO READ, SO TOO YOU SHOULD HAVE RESTRICTIONS ON SALE ITEMS CLEAR.WHY THE$20.00 RESTRICTIONS IS PRINTED SIDE WAY AND NOT THE SAME WAY AS EVERYTHING ELSE .YOU KNOW THE ANSWER ….KOSHER L PESACH!
Who in their right mind goes to the Kolel store for less than $20.00? If you did…then its only for the special and you got your other stuff somewhere else. Go back to that store and get the rest.
WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD LOOK ON THE SIDE OF THE PAGE SIDE WAY.THERE IS A SAYING ‘you could fool people sometimes BUT NOT ALL THE TIME ‘. YOU FOOLED ME , I CAME SPECIALLY TO YOUR STORE TO GET THOSE ITEMS I WALKED AWAY WITHOUT THEM.REMEMBER YOU ARE NOT THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN.HATZLACHA.
it says on the side of page 2 that the minimum purchase is $15
Nowhere in your ad does it say you must spend $20 of non sales items to get the sale prices. I was at your store today buying the specials .I was told at the cash register that I can not get the sale prices . I left the items and left your store .By the way, I purchased about $500.00 of groceries @your store on march 18 2012.HAPPY PESACH!
I can’t see the specials for the kollel store can someone guide me all the other ones open up.
I just called the store today 3-9-12 and was told that the meats will be kosher lepesach on Sunday 3-11-12
When will your products be ready for Pesach??
& your meats?
Your website is most appreciated and useful!
It would be much appreciated if specials would be posted earlier; late Tuesday evening, or at least by 9:00AM Wednesday, as many of us are early birds, and would like to prepare a list before actually going shopping and knowing the specials earlier would facilitate easier organization in our frantically busy society.
AMAZING!!!!!!! great store…great prices!!!! you can find anything and everything for a kosher house Valet parking and helpful workers.
we come all the way from the greater DC area to buy there. there prices are to die for. fantastic stuff at fantastic prices. DC prices are out of control!
Love this place, the prices are incredible! I wish that they would deliver to UWS or WaHi. If enough people in the communities pooled together, they should consider it.
Hey this is the store you will enjoy it is like a second home where those folks treat you like family Freindly, Helpful, Hospitable
This store is 1 & ONLY ONE that has everything in one place . Now that the store is bigger & wider isles compared to what it was about 3 years it’s Mamash ah Mechiya to buy there . Plus the staff is very helpful & also there are more isles to check out. Also the Managers Yanky,Chil,L.D. they are supberd & very helpful . They are very specail. I can say LET H’KODOSH B’HU WATCH THEM B’CHOL ASHAR TEILACH WITH LOTS OF LUCK
Their meats are what to drool over!
Wish they would deliver to UWS and to LES.
The best store in united state of america
Super size! Huge spacious well lite isles! (I count on that walk in the store a part of my exercise…)
Its great, there’s everything under one roof!
I organize my list in accordance to the store layout… and wallah shopping is a breeze!!!!
I don’t know what store you’re all talking about. The Kolel store that I know has great prices! It’s indoor valet parking requires waiting on line to get in during peak shopping times. It’s wide aisles are crowded with other shoppers and wagons. Some of their sales help are helpful, some haven’t a clue.
I go every week. The one-stop-shopping is very convenient. Their prices over-all are the best.
LOVE this store!!! great prices,fresh food, free parking, lines go quickly due to lots of efficient checkout ppl. great place love to shop there!!!
Best Store Ever- by far! Wish I lived closer so I could get there more often.
They have it all and their delivery service is cost efficient and super fast.
If you are looking for a great shopping experience, indoor valet parking, wide aisles, take out, bakery, meat, paper goods, candy & nuts, groceries, produce, beauty products, diary, frozen, beverages and everything in between at the lowest prices anywhere, THIS IS THE PLACE! Oh, I almost forgot to mention fast delivery!
Try it once.
love this store nice clean fresh you name it they got it
Your store is the best. I’ve been shopping there for 15+ years and you can’t be beat. The service is A1 and the prices are the lowest in town. Keep it up.
This store is absolutely the best. Valet parking, super prices, excellent service, quickest delivery ever, and excellent communication. Best times to shop are early mornings. I arrive at 8 AM and am out by 8:45 with approx. $300 worth of items. I rush straight home so I can beat the delivery.
Can’t wait to come in again right after Pesach.
This store is the best. I travel 1 hour just to shop there. Great prices and great quality!!!
I love your store! Everyone is so nice and helpful. Its amazing how the orders are sent so fast. I actually have to “run” home to be there in order to let in your delivery man. And let’s not forget your amazing prices! Thank you!