5 Reviews

First Review by jdame

Lots of vegan options! - Edit

This is a small grocery store that has a hot bar, salad bar, bakery and sushi chef. The grocery part of the store has tons of vegan options, things like vegan cheese, foux meats, breads, candy etc. The hot bar offers different things everyday but they always have a few vegan options like cooked veggies, soup and fried tofu dishes. The bakery offers vegan options as well...my family is obsessed with the vegan scones and the chocolate cupcakes. The fresh sushi always has veg options as well and if they are out their sushi guy is super friendly and will make you something on request. I go here all the time and have never had a bad experience. It can be a tad expensive depending on what you get but almost everything I've gotten here I've enjoyed. Definitely a great place to check out if you're in the area!

Pros: friendly staff, good food

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Mixed Feelings - Edit

I have mixed feelings about the Concord Co-op. While I appreciate the vegan grocery items they carry (Bragg's Nutritional Yeast, Daiya Cheese, Organic Woodstock Tofu, Upton's Seitan, etc.), everything is extremely expensive. The buffet and to-go area is disappointing. There are barely any vegan options, and those that are available are much too overpriced. Tabbouleh salad for $5? Chickpea salad for $6? Easy-to-make hummus wraps for $10 or more? No, thanks. Also: last time I was there, I was excited to see that they now have serve-yourself kombucha available by the entrance. I was less excited to see that there was a cloud of flies around it that were landing on the tap. And I was disgusted when I helped myself to a bottle of kombucha, only to find that there were drowned flies floating inside.

Pros: Carries vegan must-haves in grocery

Cons: Expensive, not many vegan buffet options, fly-filled kombucha

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So many options! - Edit

The Concord Co-op has many vegan products. Their freezer section has vegan friendly frozen dinners, pizzas, icecream. They have a lot of different snack foods, chips, crackers, vegan jerky, chocolate, etc. There is a bakery in the store that makes some very good vegan cookies. They sell vegan cake (AMAZING) by the slice, along with sweet potato chocolate brownies, whoopie pies, and premade sandwiches. There is a hot bar every day and there is generally one or two options vegan options. My dislikes about this store is the lack of cash registers. Checking out takes longer than it should. Prices are very high.

Pros: Frozen vegan food, Hot bar, Bakery with vegan options

Cons: Checkout takes too long, Prices $$$

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Buffet! - Edit

They have a mini-buffet with non-veg, veg, and vegan options. They had particularly tasty sweet potato fries. Their falafel, however, was a bit on the weak side. Overall, a nice little store to tide over a voracious vegan.

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Nice little store - Edit

Small option of vegan food with very polite people. Affordable and will keep the vegan fed while working or passing through concord.

Pros: Friendly, Price

Cons: Small Selection

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