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Vitamin Clerk

Sprouts Dallas, TX +5 locations

The Vitamin Clerk is responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction by giving prompt, friendly and knowledgeable service in the Vitamin Department… Snagajob

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Sprouts Dallas, TX +3 locations

The Receiver is responsible for all functions and paperwork relating to receiving. This position operates machinery including baler, compactor, and… Snagajob

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Assistant Produce Manager

Sprouts Dallas, TX +5 locations

Fresh produce is among the most sought after products by our customers and is considered a key department in our stores. The Assistant Produce… Snagajob

30+ days ago


Sprouts Coppell, TX

The Cashier is responsible for processing sales quickly, accurately and efficiently while ensuring customer satisfaction through prompt and friendly… Snagajob

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Sprouts Farmers Market


    It's a fast-paced environment where you con't look at the clock much. It's close to home, and the pay is decent.


    I saw a manager make a customer cry once. They throw away about $300 of food a day that is not spoiled. They just don't want to stock some of it. They make fun of employees and customers that are Vegans right after smiling in their faces. They are no better than some backwoods small town Wal-Mart.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn from Whole Foods. Don't just call them "the enemy" Whole Foods is a Fortune 500 company because they are more concerned with their customers well-being than you are. Education about what you are selling would be a healthy step forward. Making fun of people that you sell to, and calling them "hippies" and "bleeding-heart liberals" is 2 steps backwards. Remember Food Lion? exactly!

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