Bakers supermarket in Minneapolis is selling a few things in a bid to win over customers, but some are having a hard time keeping them.
In its annual sales report for July, the Minneapolis-based grocery giant reported that it has sold more than $2.5 million worth of sprouts since it launched in the city in 2013.
But its products are selling slower than they used to.
Bakers has struggled to keep up with demand.
It sells sprouts in grocery stores and specialty grocery stores, and has also been selling its fresh produce in grocery and convenience stores, but not at all.
Some customers have complained that they can’t get fresh sprouts from the store, or even from the farmers market, because they can only find sprouts at a farmer’s market.
“We have to go out and pick up the sprouts that are out there in the grocery store, but we’re not getting those out there at the farmers’ market,” said Michael Biederman, a Bakers store manager.
Biederman said Bakers has been able to sell more than 1.8 million sprouts.
But some of the sprout sales are going to a competitor, which means some shoppers are getting what they paid for.
In September, the company bought Sprout King, a company that sells organic sprouts, at a discount.
The grocery chain has also struggled to compete with fast food chains.
Sprouts have been popular with diners at many of its locations.
But Biedermers company also has struggled in the retail market.
It’s not selling Sprout Burger, its popular breakfast burger, at the same level as its other offerings.
Sprouts and the other food items that make up the breakfast menu, such as oatmeal and pancakes, are now part of the breakfast mix at most Bakers locations.
That has led to complaints about prices, according to some customers.
Baker’s has a new breakfast menu for summer.
But it’s not a big enough deal to sell out of breakfast.
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