This is one of the smaller LA locations, but they do have a decent sized wellness section. Parking can be a challenge, but there are street options.
Whole Foods Market
- General Info:
- Founded in 1980, Whole Foods Market is one of the world's leading retailers of natural and organic foods. With one of the stores located in Sherman Oaks, Calif., it operates more than 190 stores in North America and the United Kingdom. The company employs more than 40,000 employees. Its subsidiaries include 365 Everyday Value, 365 Organic Everyday Value, Allegro Coffee Company, Animal Compassionate, Bread & Circus, and Fresh & Wild. Whole Foods Market's product categories include produce, seafood, grocery, meat and poultry, bakery products and prepared foods. Its specialty products include beer, wines and cheese, while its whole body category includes nutritional supplements; vitamins; body care and educational products, such as books; and floral, pet and household products. The company also sells a selection of products from conventional national brands.
- Extra Phones:
Fax Number: (818) 382-3710
Fax: (818) 382-3710
Can I just say that I LOVE this place. I wish it was not so expensive, though and what is up with the aggressive parkers? You every notice that this place AND Trader Joe's attracts the MOST passive-aggressive drivers ever?
Anyways, I love the fresh produce and vitamin aisle.
This is a great whole foods in a great area. Like most whole foods, it is kept extremely clean and extremely fresh. The staff is very friendly and on my first visit I was very surprised that 3 different employees greeted me when walking in the door
I love whole foods. The food is amazing, fresh, yummy, healthy (most of it) and just awesome. Yes it is pricey , but the quality of what you get is incomparable . So many options for organic produce , a wide variety of fruits , veggies , herbs and much more. I love the fact you can order fish or meat and have them grill it there. I wish they had more stores in the valley.
07/23/2011Provided by Citysearch -
If you've never considered Whole Foods for lunch or dinner, give it a shot. There are multiple salad bars, some taco bars, a Japanese area with sushi, an Italian section, and even a counter with Mexican food. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something. Right next to the cafeteria is a wall full of drinks, with everything from water to exotic sodas.
I made my way to the Japanese area and ordered the salmon teriyaki bowl with brown rice and vegetables. Not a very daring selection, but it ended up being a good choice. While the salmon was dry, there was enough teriyaki sauce to help it out and the brown rice was cooked well. What made the bowl stand out, however, were the vegetables - predominantly a variety of peppers and bok choy.
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So many sandwich combinations, so little time. Whole Foods Custom made - while you decide, direct, watch and wait. These Sandwiches are Fresh, Tasty, Generous and Creative in any combination you desire. I highly recommend the gorgonzola spread on wheat with tuna and tomato and lettuce, yum.