5 Reviews

First Review by sarahsvati

Great Store - Edit

A regional healthfood store with a great selection of vegan stables like cereal grains ,legumes and nuts and seeds.There is also a huge supplement section with standard vitamin supplements to herbal extracts.There is also a cafeteria where you can make your own salad,tacos or burritoes.

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Excellent source of organic and vegan foods - Edit

Seems to be the best grocer in town for stocking up on organic and vegan goods. I especially liked their fresh juice, and fresh nut butter sections, as well as the range of bulk goods.

Pros: Good range, New store is larger and nicely laid out

Cons: May need a car to get there

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Juice & more - Edit

This is a great and affordable place to get fresh made juice. Also a very good selection of other healthy and organic food options. Reminds me a lot of Whole Foods.

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A typical independent health foods store - Edit

Jackson Whole Grocer has a fairly extensive selection, offering a variety of bulk bin products (nuts, raw treats, seeds, grains, legumes, etc.) These products are quite costly in comparison to Smith's, but this is to be expected. I am not denouncing independent ownership of a store, but nearly everything (produce, deli offerings, shelf items) is slightly overpriced.
That being said, Jackson Whole Grocer is definitely the saving grace for those of us in surrounding small towns.
The Grocer offers a decent gluten-free and vegan selection of bars, canned goods, frozen, and shelf-stable items.
They also carry a great selection of produce, with organic items available.

Pros: Selection, Location

Cons: Price

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Comprehensive health food store - Edit

This was a great find on our way into Teton. There's a deli (not all veg) which has quick wraps and sandwiches that can be customized. I got one stuffed with hummus, eggplant, mushrooms, red peppers, and basil for about $6.50.

They seemed to have the staples. The only thing I wanted more selection in was fresh-baked vegan goods. Even so, I managed to find one or two options there.

Pros: Big, Deli

Cons: Not pure Veg

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