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So this is my goto natural foods store when I'm in SF. The store itself is great, I come here mainly for bulk foods, personal care products, and some odds and ends. What I find consistently is that the employees are either, angst, in lala...More
Huge health food store with really knowledgable staff, tons of bulk items and a large variety of products and choices. Staff seems to know a lot about the farmers, producers, nutrition, etc. Cheaper than Whole Foods and more variety and less plastic! than Trader Joes....More
Sure, your local WholeFoods has a selection of vegan things and even if you're not near a WholeFoods you can probably find something to generally sustain you, but when you're at Rainbow Grocery, you can eat everything, explore new flavors and new brands and simply...More
This place had every ingredient you were ever looking for. Extensive products and health foods/supplements from all over the world. A Co-operative business with wonderful knowledgeable people with varied knowledge about all products.
Absolutely the best selection of everything.
One of the more popular grocery stores in the city, Rainbow Grocery caters to the more ecologically minded crowd.
Entirely vegetarian co-op in San Francisco. Incredible selection of bulk products: dried fruit, nuts, flours, beans, various types of grains, loose tea, sugars, oils, chocolates, and...More
The aisles are adorned with Vegetarian products, fresh produce, extensive cheeses, beauty products, kitchen products and with nearly 1/3 of the store's square footage dedicated to a bulk food oasis (oils, spices, nuts, olives, pasta, ingredients, maple syrup, honey, cereal, trail mix, miso, etc.). This...More
From burritos to bicyclists, the Mission is the foundation for all things hip in the city. Cultural attractions, an independent arts community, sumptuous street murals and a high density of bars and cafes make this neighbourhood a magnet for young people. While terrific inexpensive food is abundant, its top-of-the-line restaurants now compete with the city’s best for fashionable diners. Indulge as the
locals do by heading to Mission Dolores Park, buy some ice cream, and savor one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in the country.