Whole Foods Market

★★★★☆
  • 1640 Chicago Ave

    Evanston, IL 60201

    Map & Directions
  • 847-733-1600

About Whole Foods Market

Hours
Daily 8am-9pm

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Discount for Rotisserie baked chicken on Tuesdays. it is $2 off regular price. It is much better than fat one from Costco.\r
They sponsor arts in the neighborhood but produce if not organic is very often more than in other produce stores.

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★★★★★

Discount for Rotisserie baked chicken on Tuesdays. it is $2 off regular price. It is much better than fat one from Costco.\r
They sponsor arts in the neighborhood but produce if not organic is very often more than in other produce stores.

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I personally did not like it. I came for a few things like yogurt, oranges and blueberies, and a lot of my other groceries. I barley found the foods. The place is very cramped and it looks a little cluttered to me. The foods i did find such as milk, were going to expire the next day!

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I personally did not like it. I came for a few things like yogurt, oranges and blueberies, and a lot of my other groceries. I barley found the foods. The place is very cramped and it looks a little cluttered to me. The foods i did find such as milk, were going to expire the next day!

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Yummy food, always very fresh produce and excellent fresh-baked bread. I love their muffins and fruit tarts as well. I always feel like I am eating healthy when I shop at Whole Foods, and what's great is that the food really tastes good too. I love that they source from organic farms in the surrounding area and offer small sustainable brands that I can't find anywhere else. Yes, it is more expensive but I don't mind paying a little more if I know it supports a cause I believe in.

This store isn't as big as the Naperville one, which is just huge and so fantastic, but the people are nice and they have high quality food! I always love sampling the treats they have out and buying my lunch from the prepared foods department.

Whole Foods often sponsors great seasonal events too, -like a Parmigiano Reggiano Cracking event - so I follow them on Twitter and check their store calendar for updates.

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Yummy food, always very fresh produce and excellent fresh-baked bread. I love their muffins and fruit tarts as well. I always feel like I am eating healthy when I shop at Whole Foods, and what's great is that the food really tastes good too. I love that they source from organic farms in the surrounding area and offer small sustainable brands that I can't find anywhere else. Yes, it is more expensive but I don't mind paying a little more if I know it supports a cause I believe in.

This store isn't as big as the Naperville one, which is just huge and so fantastic, but the people are nice and they have high quality food! I always love sampling the treats they have out and buying my lunch from the prepared foods department.

Whole Foods often sponsors great seasonal events too, -like a Parmigiano Reggiano Cracking event - so I follow them on Twitter and check their store calendar for updates.

Pros: Friendly staff, Yummy food

Cons: Not quite as nice as Naperville's store

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If you are looking for something different from Krogers or A&P, Whole Foods Market is for you. In some ways it is similar to Fields of Green. It sells many organic products. Most of the products it sells have a healthy bent to them.

Freeze-dried fruits and vegetables are a wonderful to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth without giving him/her junk food.

The ready made food is delicious.

If you've never been to a Whole Foods Market, take the plunge.

5
★★★★★

If you are looking for something different from Krogers or A&P, Whole Foods Market is for you. In some ways it is similar to Fields of Green. It sells many organic products. Most of the products it sells have a healthy bent to them.

Freeze-dried fruits and vegetables are a wonderful to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth without giving him/her junk food.

The ready made food is delicious.

If you've never been to a Whole Foods Market, take the plunge.

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I love to buy my vegetables and fruits from this store. Everything they sell is organic and tastes great. Their products are always fresh. Though their products are a bit pricey, I think they are well worth the money spent

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I love to buy my vegetables and fruits from this store. Everything they sell is organic and tastes great. Their products are always fresh. Though their products are a bit pricey, I think they are well worth the money spent

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Whole Foods stands out among organic/natural foods grocers. The store is clean, bright, inviting and well-stocked. While it can be more expensive than it's primary competitor just a few blocks down the street (People's Market) the store does try to keep many items competitive, namely the dry/grocery goods. The fresh food bar and deli has a wide array of ready-prepared items to go, including an extensive salad bar and fresh pizza station. Exotic items such as Asian grilled salmon, eggless egg salad and vegetarian tamales are as tasty as they are pretty to look at. The bakery alone is worth the trip, the items are mouth-watering and you'd never know many of them were actually "healthy." The only downside is the price--costs at the deli and bakery areas can add up really quick! You won't find many "traditional" food products here and if you aren't a health-food affecionado, will find none of the brands familar and may be put-off by some of the prices.

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Whole Foods stands out among organic/natural foods grocers. The store is clean, bright, inviting and well-stocked. While it can be more expensive than it's primary competitor just a few blocks down the street (People's Market) the store does try to keep many items competitive, namely the dry/grocery goods. The fresh food bar and deli has a wide array of ready-prepared items to go, including an extensive salad bar and fresh pizza station. Exotic items such as Asian grilled salmon, eggless egg salad and vegetarian tamales are as tasty as they are pretty to look at. The bakery alone is worth the trip, the items are mouth-watering and you'd never know many of them were actually "healthy." The only downside is the price--costs at the deli and bakery areas can add up really quick! You won't find many "traditional" food products here and if you aren't a health-food affecionado, will find none of the brands familar and may be put-off by some of the prices.

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