Whole Foods Market
- General Info:
- Whole Foods Market, located on San Vicente Boulevard in Los Angeles, is one of more than 180 Whole Foods Market natural and organic food supermarkets in the United States and the United Kingdom. Whole Foods Market offers customers foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners and hydrogenated fats, including seafood, produce, cheese, meat and poultry, bakery items and prepared foods. It also offers health and beauty items, floral items and gift baskets. The store carries hundreds of brand name products, as well as its own private label brands. The Whole Foods Market concept was established in 1980 in Austin, Texas, where it maintains its corporate headquarters. Whole Foods Market trades publicly on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol WFMI.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (310) 826-1732
Phone: (310) 626-1732
Primary Phone: (310) 826-1732
- Payment method:
- amex, master card, visa, all major credit cards, discover
- Brentwood, West Los Angeles
- Grocery Stores, Health & Diet Food Products, Supermarkets & Super Stores, Fruit & Vegetable Markets
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Specialties: Dairy, Supermarkets
Price Range : Average
Was in the WF in Brentwood today, looking at organic blueberries - two kinds, one from Chile and one from CA. A price was posted - "Naturipe Chile - $6.99". I assume that means the blueberries from Chile are $6.99 each carton. And that the ones from CA are another price. But no. At the cashier, they charge me $6.99 for the CA ones. I tell them their posted price is deceptive since it only said $6.99 for the Chile berries, not the CA ones. They don't get it. I ask for the manager. She doesn't see the problem, doesn't get how people could be confused and assume the $6.99 price is only for the Chile berries and not for the CA berries. But then, she would have to admit the pricing is deceptive. But then, so are many others things at WF.
Bad WF. Very bad WF.
Posted: 11/1/2009Provided by Citysearch -
While I like the options like getting fresh chicken and hormone free beef, what I love most about Whole Foods is picking up a quick meal that's more healthy than what I'd typically get elsewhere.
Not always hitting this location but checkout is typically easy and staff has been friendly. I like that when done with a rough day at work.
Posted: 11/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Read the labels. They cook with canola oil and sugar cane juice which is just as unhealthy as sugar. The prices are unreal and not worth it. If you shop here, only come for specialty items as you're really not getting ""very healthy"" food. Wild Oats is much healthier and the service is better.
Posted: 6/7/2002Provided by Citysearch -
This is my version of ""fast food."" Whole Foods stocks their to-go section with mostly delicious and fresh foods. I say ""mostly"" because some of the items really are hit-or-miss. The most common problem is the lack of seasoning -- but if you've got a stash at home, this can easily be fixed. So, to avoid disappointment at less than grand meals, I rely on four favorite staples for a quick meal, all available in the deli, cheese and bread aisle: tuna salad, edamame salad, baby swiss cheese and pita bread. This is the perfect combination -- and best of all, all offerings are always available. So, next time you're on the verge of slipping into fast food grease, swing by Whole Foods instead. If nothing else, this location is a great spot for people-watching.