Amish Country Store, Branson
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Stopped here for some local jones for wife's allergies. They had honey and much more. Canned products you have never heard of before and grains, nuts, furniture, and much more. We were very impressed ... read more »
The Amish Country store has a wide variety of food items. It does not offer freshly made bakery goods. The furniture dept gets smaller every year. The check out cashier is beyond rude. He is an older ... read more »
This is a very neat store if you are looking for food items or baking goods. They even have sections for sugar free and gluten free. They do have a few furniture items in the back of the store. Just d... read more »
This place is so welcoming! Plenty of parking and cute glider chairs to relax in on their "porch". Inside there's a little bit of everything so plan to stock up your spice cabinet, buy ahead for holiday baking, grab a hat to stay out of the sun, read up on natural remedies, buy teacher gifts from their soaps, and let the kids pick out some delicious candies! Cashiers are always helpful and cheerful.
I love the idea of the store. I also appreciate the variety of salsa, jams, pickled items, etc. My family (my parents included) does not love the customer service nor the general attitude of the management. They are not welcoming nor are they gracious. I understand that $ can be lost due to customer neglect/accidents but demanding customers pay for small candy sticks (if broken accidently) is just too much. If the breakage issue prevents any profit from the sale of the candy, simply stop carrying that product. Multiple signs around the store remind you of the owners lack of grace and reiterate their complete lack of customer appreciation/trust. I also agree with another reviewers comment..."they predominately sell all pre-packaged food – and NONE of the pre-packaged food contains a nutrition facts label on the container. It also doesn’t have expiration dates or “best by” dates on the pre-packaged food. Some of the food items are candy such as Good & Plenty and Circus Peanuts which they have removed from the original manufacturer packaging and have placed in bulk containers – again without nutrition facts/expiration dates or “best by” dates on the packages." And final word...the packaged items are not sealed to protect customers. It's very much a gamble to purchase the "bulk food" products! Especially since the management does not keep an eye on the aisles with those items.
This store is not Amish at all. They simply use that facade to get old people to but things from their store. The products are not made by the store or the people who own it. They're made by various companies, most of which aren't even from Missouri. In short, the store is a scam created by a foreign entity that is deceiving its customers. They must be stopped. Perhaps President Trump can do something about this as he Makes America Great Again.
Great place to get Amish manufactured goods. Some people were complaining that the items in this store are not really Amish, but they are. I am from Indiana, and most of the goods are within a 40 minute drive of my house. They are in modern packaging and just like anything else you would but, but the companies are owned by the Amish. Nice place to get bulk food items.
We were there last week and no they are not all over you demanding you buy something, but if you ask with a smile on your face they are more than willing to help you. Large variety of spices some I can't get anywhere else. Butter to die for. The most gorgeous furniture. If you had a bad experience I highly suggest coming back and trying it again. They are great and so is the store, and they SHIP.
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