My first visit to this Whole Foods was pleasant. I always hear about horrible parking lots anywhere there's a WF, but I found parking instantly. They had a great selection of different brands of everything I was looking for - almond milk, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, cooking oils, spices and herbs. I even got distracted by their assortment of non-food items like the clothing, books, and lotions. I had a really nice checkout person who gave me some times on cooking some of the new types of vegetables I was buying (I'm beginning a Paleo diet). I also noticed they had a huge baked goods and hot bar, which is great since I work close by. Of course, when you're buying healthier, you're going to be spending a lot more money. Talk about whole paycheck!
But not for the prices. There is no better lunch possible. The choice at this store is extraordinary and the food is usually a high quality. Try some deserts, they will make you happy! But - I never shop Whole Foods for anything else but lunch. Simply because it is too expensive. Same quality products cost half the price at TJ's or the local farmers market. Why is that?
This is the place to go to for fresh produce. They offer a wide selection of vegetables and fresh herbs and the price is really low compared to Ralphs (both @ Colorado). They have a lot of mediterranean products and the olive oil is really inexpensive. They have an international deli section and you must try the grav lax and Tambovski Ham.