It is very similar to WholeFoods, and may very well be associated with the good-for-you grocery chain. Either way, it was an extremely well-stocked, large and bright store that had everything the herbivore, omnivore or carnivore could want.
Feasting on all-natural goodies, is a bit of a past time of time, so as I walked into the store - where a member of staff greeted me with a bright: "good afternoon ma'am" - I felt like I was walking into a sweet store.
Freshly-pressed juices, ice teas, kombucha, and smoothies to go are in the first aisle to your left. They have a wide range, which is expanded at the back of the store where you'll find kefir in all varieties: Greek non-fat kefir, locally-produced and whole and goat milk kefir.
Meander through the aisles and you'll see the vegan, all-natural health and beauty section with products like Badger balm and organic essential oils.
Baby products as well as cleaning products fill up the aisles amidst the EcoCover and all natural kitchen products.
Canned goods like beans, pulses and nut butters of all varieties with clean, simple packaging (allowing the food to speak for itself),
Kale chips, nuts, vegan spreads, coconut sugar as well as maple and all kinds of grains might just jump into your basket, like they did mine, along with the frozen coconut yogurt, that I couldn't get enough of.
The staff are also chipper as buttons. It makes a nice change from the sometimes unhelpful staff at home, who don't always serve you with a smile.