Daily Grind Natural Foods

★★★★☆
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503-233-5521

4026 SE Hawthorne Blvd

Portland, OR

97214

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I've always been very impressed with the Daily Grind, for several reasons.
The selection of organic produce, a fair variety of (mostly organic) bulk items and a large assortment of natural food items.
However, what draws me to this store the most is their baked goods section: they actually bake everything FRESH right on site!
I recommend trying the *enormous* vegan ginger cookies and everything else baked there because it is ALL so tasty!

5
★★★★★

I've always been very impressed with the Daily Grind, for several reasons.
The selection of organic produce, a fair variety of (mostly organic) bulk items and a large assortment of natural food items.
However, what draws me to this store the most is their baked goods section: they actually bake everything FRESH right on site!
I recommend trying the *enormous* vegan ginger cookies and everything else baked there because it is ALL so tasty!

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You can get great vegan baked goods at the Daily Grind. They also have a fresh foods deli - Yummy and Healthy to pick up at the end of a long day. Its always worth a try if you like old fashion cooperatives.

4
★★★★☆

You can get great vegan baked goods at the Daily Grind. They also have a fresh foods deli - Yummy and Healthy to pick up at the end of a long day. Its always worth a try if you like old fashion cooperatives.

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Located on the eastern fringe of the exceedingly busy Hawthorne district, this is a full-service co-op with notable sections for produce, baked good, bulk foods of every variety, household items, freshly made carry-out foods, natural beverages, canned and packaged foods - in short, everything you'd need and expect at a natural foods store, all at fair prices.

4
★★★★☆

Located on the eastern fringe of the exceedingly busy Hawthorne district, this is a full-service co-op with notable sections for produce, baked good, bulk foods of every variety, household items, freshly made carry-out foods, natural beverages, canned and packaged foods - in short, everything you'd need and expect at a natural foods store, all at fair prices.

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It's true! The sheer selection of vegan pastries will astound you, not to mention their deliciousness! Many other favorites can also be found there, such as Dr. Bronner's, various types of natural peanut butter and soy milk, you know how it is. Occasionally the prices don't compare to, say, Trader Joe's, but the baked goods are just . . . incredible.

3
★★★☆☆

It's true! The sheer selection of vegan pastries will astound you, not to mention their deliciousness! Many other favorites can also be found there, such as Dr. Bronner's, various types of natural peanut butter and soy milk, you know how it is. Occasionally the prices don't compare to, say, Trader Joe's, but the baked goods are just . . . incredible.

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I have long sung the praises of the Daily Grind bakery -- the vegan biscuits are soft, sweet, dairy-free doughballs of heaven, and the scones are more special-treat--sweet than cake. The deli on the north side of the building, though not as perenially awesome, has at least offered a tasty tofu ball or two.

The market, however, is just bad. Just awful. The produce and dried goods are often 25-50% more expensive than that of similar markets and co-ops around town, while often being smaller, older, and quite tasteless. What you do find that is actually fresh is often moldy or shrivelled up and must be composted within a COUPLE of DAYS.

I'm tired of spending twice as much on my weekly goods as, say, Food Front, while having only half as long to actually consume it. I consider myself one cool, organic-lovin', locally-grown--eatin', bus-takin' broad, but it seems if I don't want bland, bad food, I have to continue riding all the way across town to get it. So it goes.

3
★★★☆☆

I have long sung the praises of the Daily Grind bakery -- the vegan biscuits are soft, sweet, dairy-free doughballs of heaven, and the scones are more special-treat--sweet than cake. The deli on the north side of the building, though not as perenially awesome, has at least offered a tasty tofu ball or two.

The market, however, is just bad. Just awful. The produce and dried goods are often 25-50% more expensive than that of similar markets and co-ops around town, while often being smaller, older, and quite tasteless. What you do find that is actually fresh is often moldy or shrivelled up and must be composted within a COUPLE of DAYS.

I'm tired of spending twice as much on my weekly goods as, say, Food Front, while having only half as long to actually consume it. I consider myself one cool, organic-lovin', locally-grown--eatin', bus-takin' broad, but it seems if I don't want bland, bad food, I have to continue riding all the way across town to get it. So it goes.

Pros: Good prepared food, surprising variety of natural remedies

Cons: Awful bulk food, lacking customer service

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I was very happy to find the Daily Grind-- a mid sized locally run market with some great deals! It truly has some features that are not found in other natural groceries in the area. First off, their produce is all organic and mostly local-- and I have found that the prices are always either lower or equal to other markets (usually lower!) Also they have a large bulk food selection and again, the prices are competitive. The shining star of the store is their excellent bakery. All you have to do is try something and you will be impressed. They have many vegan items in their bakery too. Great service and very cool atmosphere!

5
★★★★★

I was very happy to find the Daily Grind-- a mid sized locally run market with some great deals! It truly has some features that are not found in other natural groceries in the area. First off, their produce is all organic and mostly local-- and I have found that the prices are always either lower or equal to other markets (usually lower!) Also they have a large bulk food selection and again, the prices are competitive. The shining star of the store is their excellent bakery. All you have to do is try something and you will be impressed. They have many vegan items in their bakery too. Great service and very cool atmosphere!

Pros: awesome bakery, bulk/produce, local items

Cons: no alcohol

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Daily Grind have everything we have forgotten a grocery store should be. Personal, friendly service, a charming, not stuffy atmosphere, and just the right amount of selection. Even if you are the world's biggest carnivore, you have to try their vegan chocolate brownie. You will be in heaven!

5
★★★★★

Daily Grind have everything we have forgotten a grocery store should be. Personal, friendly service, a charming, not stuffy atmosphere, and just the right amount of selection. Even if you are the world's biggest carnivore, you have to try their vegan chocolate brownie. You will be in heaven!

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