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Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey

Not into frozen food but you do need to stock some in case you need it. When it comes to frozen food, you have to pay attention to freshness of the product. Does Farmfoods your favorite frozen food store? What do you think of their products? Join Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey and share with them your thanks and suggestions. After you complete the survey, you will be entered into the monthly competition to win £500.

Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey Guide

  • Visit Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey online ( See Reference Link 1)
  • Enter the city and transaction number

Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • Based on your visit, rate your overall satisfaction

Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey

  • In order to get the prize, provide your contact details

Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey

About Farmfoods
Farmfoods is a Scottish frozen food supermarket chain based in Cumbernauld. Farmfoods gained entry into England in about 1990 through the acquisition of 18 stores from Wallis Frozen Foods. In the early 1990s, Farmfoods expanded further with the acquisition of the Capital Freezer Centers chain as well as a few smaller freezer center chains across the country. In 2011, Farmfoods now has over 300 specialist freezer centers across the UK.

Reference Links

  1. Farmfoods Customer Satisfaction Survey Link: www.farmfoodsfeedback.co.uk
  2. Farmfoods Official Site: www.farmfoods.co.uk

Rating 3.04votes

  1. Rated 5
    says:

    Good value for money. Plenty too choose from. Very friendly staff

  2. Rated 5
    says:

    Shop month family expensive

  3. Rated 1
    says:

    should have sufficient stock when a promotion is on, running out of items is not acceptable

  4. Rated 1
    says:

    my wife and i did a 30 mile round trip to take advantage of your latest leafleted offers .on arriving at the store in dover, we discovered that the items we had hoped to purchase were not available, i find this totally unacceptable for a firm of your standing, if you have a promotion there is no excuse for not having the product in stock

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