Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-op

Overall rating: 5.0 stars 5 Reviews
Cooperative market providing selections in deli food, fresh produce, vitamins, supplements, bulk staples, chilled and frozen food, personal care products, natural products, and more. more-less
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First Review by thoor_ballylee
Cat Mauwar
Cat Mauwar
1

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  • mostly-vegetarian

Gotta Love It...

5 Posted on 11 / 30 / 2013

The Co-op is not only a great place to shop for natural foods, it has a terrific bulk food section, and has a really good deli section. Yum! It can be a bit pricy sometimes, but hey, it's small and local, and worth it.


kindlizard
kindlizard
203

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  • vegan

Walk-in beer fridge and so much more

5 Posted on 09 / 23 / 2011

I didn't try the deli, but everything else here was great. The folks were all very nice, the products were all top notch, like the real vanilla from Eugene.
I would go here anytime in the area it is that nice. It reminds me of what HF should be.


metallipanda
metallipanda
2

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  • vegan

Nom Nom Nom....

4 Posted on 03 / 21 / 2011

Their deli is a real treat. You can find all sorts of vegan pasta salads and samosas that are clearly marked. Over in the case across the aisle are vegan desserts that are amazing. Steer clear of the coconut rice pudding...kinda icky. Definitely try the truffles and raw cheesecake. Pure heaven.
Updated from previous review on Monday March 21, 2011

Pros: Convienence, Helpfulness of staff, Deli
Cons: selection of soy ice cream, Selection of vegan baking products, vegan tamales discontinued
Shel Graves
Shel Graves
10

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  • vegan

Treats to try at the deli

5 Posted on 07 / 24 / 2010

A smaller co-op, but it has all the goods one would expect, and the quaint location in the historic Everett Public Market Building gives it a unique atmosphere. The deli also serves smoothies and fresh juices (An invigorating choice: The Witch Doctor -- carrots, beets, ginger, garlic, lemon). There's a great selection of salads, and frequently pakora and samosas, and there's a talented baker on staff who puts some love into the vegan and/or gluten-free goodies (carrot cake, cupcakes, no-bake cookies). The raw lemon bars (dates, coconut, and lemon *zing!*) are a treat.

Pros: juices/smoothies, deli salads/baked goods, located in historic building
Cons: smaller, limited seating-no cafe
thoor_ballylee
thoor_ballylee
64

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  • vegan

Great store & deli, nothing better for many miles!

5 Posted on 03 / 13 / 2010

I am not a member of this co-op, seriously some member should write a review of this place. I have had the pleasure to go here a few times while I was staying in Everett, the only reason I won't be going back often is that I am not in Everett very often. This place is great, I guess some of the prices are a little high, but not unreasonable for what you are getting and they do have some great deals. Lots of veg*n options, with a deli that will satisfy any vegan let alone any vegetarian's appetite. Seriously some of the stuff they have is just great for eating there or to take home and cook or just for on the run, they have it all. If you are passing through Everett stop here, it's a must and if you live around here and you don't shop here at least some of the time, why?????

Pros: veggies, veg*n deli, great vegan foods
Cons: some of their prices are high

 

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