• Whole Foods Market

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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 8:00am-9:00pm. Open daily.

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5 Reviews

First Review by VegHeadNY


Points +1152

12 Jun 2018

Great vegan pizza!

One of the best vegan pizzas we've tried. Really good crust. They made half with vegan cheese and half without for us. The pizza was $19 and huge. We stopped to eat here while traveling and to buy organic fruit and shelf stable items to eat on the road. Wish my local Whole Foods made a pizza that good. The coffee was great too.

Pros: Plenty of vegan options here like all Whole Foods.

Cons: None



Points +243

13 Aug 2016

Shining Star Supermarket

I frequently shop at Whole foods, a upscale, supermarket chain in Manhattan. From the moment you walk through the door, you are greeted with happiness. The y make you feel like the workers actually want to be there. From Larabars to the So Delicious Ice Cream, you name it, they have it. There is a wide variety of vegan essentials.


Points +136

24 Feb 2015

Needs Work in The Prepared Foods Section

We've been shopping here for years, although these days we go to Westerly Market much more often. This store does a decent job of stocking basic vegan necessities in the coolers and so on, but there are some annoying issues with the front of the store hot foods section. For example, the vegan pizza options at the pizza station, how do I put this lightly? They suck. They used to be interested ,but for some reason, the decided to do away with Daiya cheese (that was a great option) and any vegan meat analogues, and when they did use Daiya they didn't know what the hell they were doing. Way too much. Anyway, onto the salad bar.

Not sure if there's an award for blandness, but if so, this salad bar wins, hands down. They must've done a ton of research to make this salad bar as bland as it is. And, it's overpriced.

Anyway, it's great to have a Whole Foods in the part of Manhattan, but it would be nice if they cared a little more about vegans in the prepared food section.
Updated from previous review on Monday February 23, 2015

Pros: Wide Selection of Packaged Foods

Cons: Anemic Vegan Options in Prepared Food


Points +30

21 Aug 2014

Was Just OK

I went here only once, but found a couple bargains when looking very closely. Most items there are super expensive, so if you're eating only organic foods, then expect to pay way more at this store. I just couldn't believe the prices on some things! On the other hand, you can come here to find some healthy vegan food products that are more difficult to find.

Pros: Sells some hard to find vegan foods., Good variety, Hot buffet meals

Cons: Overpriced, Expensive


Points +31

11 Oct 2010

Used to be good........

I have gone to this Whole Foods weekly for many years and the quality and selection only continued to decline steadily over the years. I now go out of my way to drive an extra 10 minutes away to Whole Foods in Paramus. It is brand new and their vegan selection is awesome! Unlike WF Edgewater, they actually have the same items a week later. My Wife and I would constantly joke around with eachother whenever we found a cool new item at WF Edgewater because we knew it would not be there the following week and most of the time, we were right!

Stay away from this dive and hit WF Paramus, you won't be sorry!

Pros: Local, Convenient, Good Parking

Cons: Everything Else, Poor Selection, Diminished Raw Section

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