I found the Green Fox in the yellow pages when I was looking for a specific herbal supplement. I was 50 years old when I "Got Hit" with severe arthritis, especially frustrating in my hands! I could not hold a coffee cup, broke all my favorites cups. I could not sweep my kitchen floor, could not grasp a broom. I worked handling money and counting it was difficult, to say the least. I went there on a mission and I was not interested in anything else. Kay Fox is the owner and she asked me what other supplements I was taking. I told her I took a bunch and we discussed the body's ability to absorb supplements. Just like anything else in life, all vitamin supplements are not created equally. It is grand to take then, but are they just passing through unabsorbed? So, when I went back to buy some more supplement, which worked marvelously, I might add. I brought her a shoe box full of what I had been talking. She encouraged me to change brands as I ran out of what I had. She impressed me because she did not "try to sell me" on anything, just change to a brand that was absorbed more readily. When you meet Kay, you will know she is dedicated to seeing YOU feel better. If she recommends something, what have you got to lose? Just try it. I would also like to say, what you don't know can hurt you. Get rid of your Teflon and aluminum cookware. Toss it! Anyway, Kay has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Her customers are also sharing new things with her, which she will share with you. She is constantly making hand outs for you. Kay is no nonsense. IF you want her help, you have 2 ears.... so listen to her twice as much as you talk. She is not a "google" web site with an instant answer, so don't be in a hurry when you go see her. Any where you go, you have to wait. Your hair stylist, auto repair, doctor or the bank; whether you have an appointment or not. Be patient. It is so worth it.....weekends are her busy time... weekday mornings are you best shot for one on one time.... What complaint would you like to lose?
Pricey. Has a little bit of a lot of different health food products. Membership helps reduce some costs. Many fruits and veggies are locally grown. Dairy and frozen food area extensive. Great place to pick up gluten free flours, cake mixes, breads, etc., bulk spices and herbs. Wide variety of beans and cereals. A few members and the board of directors are always squabbling, which I believe lowers employee morale. Store is about to expand. Checkout clerks must be watched when buying red tag discount items. They will not see the red tag and overcharge. Be sure to obtain a coupon book near the baskets to get discounts.
Has a great variety of whole foods. Bulk. Produce. Vitamins and personal care items. Many gluten free items. Look carefully for red tags for discounts. Sales are either Co-op driven, or there are membership discounts. Otherwise somewhat pricey. Store is in process of enlarging. Staff is friendly for the most part. Need to watch your groceries being rung up to ensure discounts applied.