• High Falls Food Co-op

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A health food market that's open to the public, with paid/working membership options for discounts. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-7:00pm, Sat 9:00am-7:00pm, Sun 9:00am-6:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by gardeningone


Points +1786

24 Feb 2022

Great spot for bulk spices!

I generally just fill up my bulk spices / dry goods here. In general it's friendly but they don't have a great selection of VGF products to do my full weeks shopping.

I go to fill bulk and then maybe grab a few items.



Points +900

25 Jul 2021

Cool little store

Stopped here to pick something up for our ride home. They only had one vegan sandwich available. Some sandwiches had veganaise or Daiya but had meat slices. If I lived closer I’d probably shop here but It’s not great for a quick grab and go lunch.


Points +776

17 Jun 2018

Great small natural foods store and co-op

I find they have a good vegetable and fruit section and like their efforts to stock local produce, labeling things in their displays. Most of the produce items look wonderful. They have had items I could not find anywhere else, including non-alkalized baking cocoa powder. This product is great for its micronutrients and has no sugar. They also have a big fair-trade brand that is alkalized. The store does have somewhat narrow aisles. Along with a small produce section, the store has a lot of bulk bins; great coffee; some prepared, packaged items, including soups and salads; bulk household soaps, etc.; personal care and hygiene items, etc..; and some nutritional supplements. They do carry some meat and dairy products. As a co-op, they tend to be at least somewhat consumer oriented. Conflict of interest notice: I have to mention I am a member myself. Active members get a 10-percent discount, and if you worked 3 hours last month you are considered "active." If you miss a month's work hours, you get a smaller discount the following month. If you live elsewhere, this store is worth a fairly long drive, especially if you are interested in a visit to the nearby Woodstock Farm Sanctuary.

Pros: great products in an attractive, organized store, chance to be a co-op member and get a discount

Cons: a bit cramped with its narrow aisles, small size limits selection


Points +55

09 Apr 2018


Biggest bottles of booch!


Points +757

26 Jan 2018

Good Selection

Great little local store to get staples with a huge selection of bulk herbs, spice, teas and staples. Prices are a bit high, but I imagine not buying in large quantities and offering a discount to co-op volunteers drive that.

Pros: Great selection

Cons: Prices are high


Points +301

04 Oct 2015

Basic Health Foods

Smaller, local market has most basic foods covered: breads, produce, bulk items (nuts, legumes, seeds, candy, herbs and spices), frozen, dairy, canned, vitamins and cosmetics, even some meat. Just a more limited selection, narrower aisles, poorer lighting than stores in Kingston, Woodstock or Rhinebeck. The staff is pleasant and friendly, but inefficient and disorganized--stocking fresh lunch items in the mid afternoon. If you live nearby, can be good for grabbing a needed recipe item, but not for a major shopping because of fewer options. Still, it's nice to have them there if you live close to Rt. 209 or are driving by Rosendale, Stone Ridge, High Falls.

Pros: Can be convenient, Basic health foods, Nice people

Cons: Small, cramped, Limited selection

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