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Melissa & Doug 9340 Grocery Store

4.8 out of 5 stars 3,944 ratings

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  • Freestanding sturdy wooden grocery store for playful shopping
  • Includes handcranked conveyor belt, beeping "scanner," bagging area, card swipe machine, and cash drawer
  • Shop on one side, ring up groceries on the other
  • Ample shelving on both sides for display and storage; smooth, curved corners and edges
  • Assembled Height: H – 106.7cm x L 88.9cm x W69.85cm

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Shopping and playful purchasing is exciting at the sturdy wooden Fresh Mart Grocery Store! The free-standing play space with smooth, curved corners and edges lets customers three and older browse the shelves and pay for purchases on one side, and allows the grocer to ring up items on the other. Realistic features include beeping “scanner," a hand-crank conveyor belt, a card-swiping machine, a keypad/calculator, and cash drawer. Kids are sure to find everything on their shopping list at this friendly neighborhood grocery store!


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Reviewed in Australia on 14 December 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Set!
Reviewed in Canada on 7 February 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Set!
Reviewed in Canada on 7 February 2020
My kids (7 and 9 years old) love this! Because they are a bit older and taller I built a base and secured it with brackets so they don’t have to bend over. I bought the accessory kit with it as well which has the magazines, gift cards and money for the till. Great quality and easy to put together.
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CalgaryBen
4.0 out of 5 stars Easy to build and durable, will provide years of fun and imagination!
Reviewed in Canada on 24 December 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Easy to build and durable, will provide years of fun and imagination!
Reviewed in Canada on 24 December 2019
My son asked for this for Christmas, and I had the pleasure of building it for him. From a quality/design standpoint, this is very good -- the milling was precise which lent to a good fit/build. I did have to modify one part, and ended up tweaking the installation to facilitate future disassembly/moving, which is the one flaw/shortcoming.

All parts were received intact and in good condition, and instructions were clear and straight-forward. I supplied the powered Philips screwdriver, a hammer, and a knife. If you choose to follow my recommendation below, a countersinking bit will also help (but not absolutely necessary). Melissa and Doug have posted a YouTube video on the assembly (which I didn't know about or need), and the instructions can also be found on their website (I simply Googled Melissa and Doug 9340 instructions, and these are worth a look ahead of time).

The biggest flaw in the design of this checkout counter, in my opinion, is that the L-shaped arrangement does not readily disassemble into 2 pieces for easy storage/moving. This means you pretty much build it and leave it near where you built it (if your follow the provided assembly instructions exactly). It's possible to move, but it's 25" wide and 31" long (and 36" tall) so it's awkward, and even wider/longer if you attach the stabilizing feet (they add about 4" more). The way the screws anchor/secure the structure, they aren't easily removed for disassembly. I'll provide a simple modification which doesn't adversely impact the strength or structure.

I acknowledge the following information will be meaningless if you're just reading it! It is meant to be read/followed prior to undertaking the actual assembly procedure. To make disassembly easier in the future, you want to carry out steps in order but SKIP Step 8 (called "That's Right"), where you secure Board "I" to the rest of the counter. You can continue through other steps, and when you get to Step 13 (called "It's Bin Fun"), you can assemble the shelving unit on its own. This actually makes it much easier than with the "counter" portion attached. For me, at Step 12, Part "O" required cutting/notching an additional 1/8" out of the corner (a sharp knife is sufficient) to allow the drawer cover to slide all the way in, such that the front edge of "O" is flush with Part "K". As you're working through Steps 14-16, loose-fit the sides of the shelving (don't secure screws tightly yet), as this will give room for all the pieces to be put into place. The "S" pieces will seem about 1/16" too short, which I guess is by design due to the way they wanted them slipped in -- making them 1/16" longer and assembling my way would've made this a tighter/better fit. Step 17 is where you deviate from the manufacturer's instructions, where you secure one edge of Shelf "T" using 2x Screw #16 through the counter, underneath where the conveyor belt would go. If you do things as instructed by the manufacturer, disassembly of the structure becomes a lot of work, due to the inaccessibility of these 2 screws down the road. I've included a photo showing where the 2 screws are intended to inserted (red circles), where they traverse the sides of the shelving (blue circles), and into the white shelf board (part "T"). Instead of this, do not pass screws through the red circles (holes will be left unoccupied), but instead counter-sink the holes denoted by blue circles on Board "I" so that the screw can be inserted and secured flush. Just before proceeding to Step 18, I would then secure the shelving unit to the counter using 5 screws (basically go back to Step 8), plus the 1 other screw shown in Step 18. This way, you'll just have 6 screws to remove from the shelving side, if you ever need to separate the structure into 2 pieces for storage or relocating. If you want a slightly tighter fit (which would've been afforded by passing screws through the red holes I mentioned earlier), you can drill a 3/16" hole from the shelving side into the countertop, just above shelf "T" to twin the existing hole allowing the countertop to be secured. I didn't bother doing this.

Also, I found the plastic feet were not really necessary to stabilize things and simply stuck out too much for my liking (the weight and structure alone is not going to allow it to go anywhere, unless your kids are using this to launch themselves across the room or as a pommel horse or something). I stored those, along with extra hardware and instructions, all underneath where the conveyor belt goes. The feet also serve as a plastic glider so the structure isn't as likely to scuff your floor, so if that's of concern, I'd recommend getting some narrow peel-and-stick glider feet from your hardware store, and stick those on.

At the end of the day, this is a great little grocery store! My son will undoubtedly have lots of fun playing with it, and Dad had fun building it.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Pésimo empacado y envío
Reviewed in Mexico on 8 December 2019
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2.0 out of 5 stars Pésimo empacado y envío
Reviewed in Mexico on 8 December 2019
El producto venía mal empacado y la caja abierta y rota. El repartidor se rehusó a llevársela cuando no se le aceptó por venir así. Al revisar el contenido de la caja, al parecer los productos vienen bien, por eso no se devolvió porque la política de devolución es una monserga y como es un regalo no me dan los tiempos para adquirir uno nuevo. Aunque el producto se
Ve sin daños, genera mucha desconfianza que la caja venía abierta y rota de varios lados. Deberían empacarla mucho mejor y contratar otras paqueterías más responsables de su servicio.
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Crystal
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for dramatic play!
Reviewed in Canada on 6 April 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for dramatic play!
Reviewed in Canada on 6 April 2019
My girls absolutely loved this! The way it’s set up is really great for imaginative play, with lots to do! The conveyor belt worked great and was a really neat feature. It was pretty easy to put together and very solid. My one complaint was that there was a big nick out of one of the shelves (visible) and one spot had been repaired with a wood like filler. There was no damage to the box and everything was very well wrapped inside the box so the damage must have happened before packaging. It’s frustrating to pay so much for something and have damage but it was already opened and not worth the return.
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Brittany Pollard
5.0 out of 5 stars Such a great play toy
Reviewed in Canada on 10 January 2020
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