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Even under construction and renovation, the staff here is thoughtful and kind to help you find something or accept a return. If you make eye contact and are friendly (instead of talking on your phone or listening to music) you will have really pleasant exchanges with the people who work at this location. Very local neighborhood feel. Great sales that rotate so you can try everything at a lower price. Never have to worry about ingredients you don't want to eat/feed your family.
After the other Whole Foods location was completely redone in the art museum area, you began to see that this store on South Street was lacking in its amenities. However, their recent and quick renovation has made it a great place for locals and passerbys to top off their needs and cravings. While already offering to its customers free parking, quality produce and a bright and spacious interior in a compact section of town, this location has added a bottle shop, more efficient check out lines and a nicer cafe to enjoy. Their cheese, deli and bakery sections have all been reorganized as well making the monotony of grocery shopping experience almost unnoticeable. As a recent home owner in the area and avid hater of grocery shopping, the renovation to this Whole Foods store truly adds to the enjoyment of coming here.
It's Whole Foods, of course it deserves 5 stars. In my humble opinion, it's the gold standard. Every Whole Foods I enter has the same quality produce, meats and fish. The flowers are a bit overpriced, but the peonies I got last week still look beautiful. The staff is ridiculously helpful and accommodating.
I usually find what I shop for, staff members are more than helpful. Unfortunately the bathrooms can be dodgy. The store is being renovated now so its a bit chaotic. When the renovation is done I'm sure it will be 5 stars.
I shop at Whole Foods very frequently as there are no decent supermarkets in the area. I love everything that I buy there and quality and customer service is great. But, I very often get charged incorrectly. I had to make it a rule for myself to check every item on the receipt before leaving the store. Now with the new baby it became impossible as I need to shop, pay and leave faster and I don't have time to read receipts. Just an example I was at this store on May 8th and I got charged for two items (organic scallions and cilantro) that were not in my cart! I also handed 3 coupons from Whole Foods coupon book to the cashier and he scanned only 2 of them. And I did not notice this until next day when I looked at the receipt. Very bad, Whole Foods. I am a loyal customer of yours and this is upsetting that you can't check out the stuff I buy without mistakes:(