St. Paul >Whole Foods Market
bad experience. I do not want to come across as racist. Although I am white both my cousin and my niece are married to wonderful African American individuals. But I was groped by an African American person here. He turned out to be an employee of this store! I did not realize this at first because his appearance was unkept. When my boyfriend spoke with the manager about it later the same day, he was stonewalled. We contacted the main company and they launched an investigation. They followed up to inform us that they could not get a confession out of this person, and the interview / interrogation was difficult, because he has a history of mental problems! Not sure what the Whole Foods internal procedure is supposed to be here. But I cannot recommend or return to this store.
Treat the body like a temple at the country's first national certified organic market..
Whole Foods is a vegetarian's dream grocery store, with a focus on natural and organic goods and a gargantuan selection of fruits, vegetables and vegan products. But carnivores won't feel neglected, as stores also boast a vast selection of top-quality meats, poultry and fish. Also expect fresh-baked goods, housewares, a floral department and a well-stocked vitamin and personal-product section. Deli offers hot and cold prepared foods and artisanal cheeses.
St. Paul's Best Kept Secret. Whole Foods Market is like a co-op meets Dean & Delucca. The produce is outstanding. You can get everything here. Great cheese, olives, cooking oils, imported Italian pastas, and exotic ingredients from around the world.
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