nations

By: Lesley

Nov 06 2013

Category: Hamilton, SIGNS

12 Comments

We went to the Hamilton farmer’s market a few weeks ago, which is located indoors adjacent to the Jackson Square mall. Inexplicably, (although much needed in the downtown) there is also a brand new grocery store that’s opened up inside the mall (though way at the other end, making a visit to both a bit of a trek, especially if you have your arms full). If you click on the link here you can see a layout of the store. The aisles are rather confusingly oriented at an angle. There is a wide array of foods from around the world, but thank goodness the farmer’s market is still nearby for the local produce. I converted the photo to b&w so the signs on the glass would show up more clearly but really, those were the predominant colours anyway.

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12 comments on “nations”

  1. Looks and sounds like an interesting store, although a somewhat curious floor plan. I’m sure they do that so one must spend more time (and money) in the store. 🙂

    ~Lindy

  2. Lots of shoppers inside! I love this one in B&W.

  3. An International Market plus a local Farmers Market for produce is a fabulous combination; one I could be very happy with!

  4. I’m sure this is what a diverse community needs.

    http://calrat.blogspot.com

  5. Great idea to convert to B/W Looks very busy!

  6. I like stores that feature food from other place, but only as an occasional visit because I grow weary after a while.

  7. That would be a great place to visit!

  8. I clicked on the link, and those aisles would really confuse me. What an unusual plan for a market. Lots of signage.

  9. sounds a great idea – hope it does OK

  10. Did you see the beautiful Birks clock in the Farmer’s Market? My great-grandpa used to maintain it.

  11. i would love to have a place like this to shop in!

  12. Very interesting shots!


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