• Whole Foods Market - South End

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Large and well-stocked natural foods supermarket chain, acquired by Amazon.com in 2018. Offers selections in natural groceries and specialty foods, nutritional supplements and vitamins, fresh fruits and vegetables, as well home cleaning and natural body care products. Find vegan foods like tofu and soy products, plant milks, vegan ice cream, vegan cheese, frozen meals, vegan burger patties, cereals, nuts, and much more. Has deli and prepared foods department. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-10:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by Posi Britt


Points +762

17 Oct 2022

So many options

Whole foods has a great range of vegan products. It is a bit on the pricier side however.



Points +525

19 Apr 2022

Plenty of vegan products

This WH is huge. I wish it was still independent.

Pros: Tons of vegan products

Cons: Now owned by Amazon


Points +259

09 Feb 2020

Pricey, but tons of vegan goods

Plenty of plant-based milks, vegan cheeses, butters, cream cheeses, etc. Very large store with delicious produce. Super friendly staff. Only con is it’s on the expensive side.


Points +166

27 May 2018

One of the bigger Whole Foods in boston

Plenty of options, pretty standard Whole Foods

Pros: Spendy

Cons: Large vegan selection

Posi Britt

Points +679

31 Aug 2016


I love Whole Foods. If I am ever near one in my travels, I always make an effort to check it out. I have to say this wasn't my favourite one. I have been to others that rank lower on my list but this had a lot more "main stream" brands than I would liked to have seen, but also did have some pretty neat stuff I hadn't seen anywhere else. We didn't get a chance to check out Grillo's Pickles while we were in Boston but luckily, they were demoing them the day we stopped by. So we did get a chance to try them. Aside from that not bad vegan selection.

Pros: Local brands on shelves, Whole Foods in my favourite grocery store

Cons: Almost too many super mainstream brands

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