The store is in a busy location next to a restaurant, but that doesn't distract you from the comfortable atmosphere. The location of the store doesn't seem all that 'busy.' The store is nicely set-up--with colorful walls which fits the relaxed vibe. The staff are all very knowledgeable, kind, and down-to-earth. All of their fruits and vegetables are NON-GMO, organic, and locally grown. They have an abundance in gluten-free and vegan products. There's a juice bar inside the store where they serve fresh juice(s) and smoothies. I've tried a strawberry coconut smoothie there before (vegan of course) with a coconut milk base and it was delicious. They use fresh fruits and veggies in their juices/ smoothies. They also sell incense, chakra candles, sage, candle holders, etc. I love their variety of cruelty-free, vegan makeup products as well as shampoo, conditioner, lotions, etc. Their aisles are nicely set up and fit the arrangement of the store accordingly. It feels very 'home-y' in this store. They also sell water filters to take the flouride, chemicals, etc. out of your water. The two owners seem to be very knowledgeable as they've had years of experience in various fields such as egyptology, spirituality, holistic healing, so on and so forth. They also do energy healing sessions/ reiki if you look on their website, but I've never gotten a session here before. Harmony Farms also sells books and a few documentaries, one even being Forks Over Knives, advocating plant-based living/ a plant-based lifestyle. Most of their books in their store are on spirituality, new age philosophy, healthy lifestyle/ diet, etc. The store is a bit on the expensive side, but that's understandable I guess since it's owned by two people and most of their products are sourced from fair-trade/ organic/ non-gmo independent companies who are in general more on the pricey side since there's (sadly) not as much of a demand for companies who actually do care--if there was more demand, the 'supply' would obviously be cheaper. I also don't like how they claim to have local 'humane' meats, eggs, and other animal products as there's no such thing as 'humane' murder. I think the pros definitely outweigh the cons, and you should try shopping here if you can, or at least check this store out. They have a great variety of cruelty-free/ vegan products, nice atmosphere/ vibes, lovely staff members, non-gmo produce, and overall promote a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Cons: Claims to have "Humane" meats (myth), On the pricey-side ( a bit expensive)