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General Info
Trader Joe's is a privately held chain of specialty grocery stores headquartered in Monrovia, Calif. The company operates more than 280 stores in various cities throughout the United States, including Seattle. Founded in 1958, Trader Joe s sells a variety of products, such as gourmet, organic, vegetarian, frozen and imported foods, as well as domestic and imported wines. Its alternative food items include breads, cereals, eggs and other products. Trader Joe s also offers nonfood items, including personal hygiene products, household cleaners, vitamins, pet food items, and plants and flowers. The company is also one of the exclusive retailers of Charles Shaw wine.

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Extra Phones

Fax: (206) 633-4543

Payment method
amex, debit, discover, master card, visa, cash, check, all major credit cards
University District, Northeast Seattle
Grocery Stores, Natural Foods
Other Information

Parking: Garage, Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Price Range : Average


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I Am In Love With A Man Named Trader

My love for Trader Joe's dates back to my California living days when I could enjoy 2 Buck Chuck and not feel the least bit of guilt in the budget department.

Now my more adult grocery shopping list includes any healthy options I can get my hands on and Trader Joe's makes it easy and affordable to do so.



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Great groceries, but can be busy

Oh I love Trader Joe's--the products are generally very high-quality and cheaper than in major grocery stores, and there are lots of little things you can buy on impulse (like dried persimmons) that won't break the bank. And it's the best place in the world to buy wine, as most of it is under $10 and pretty good--the quality is sometimes questionable, but at $5 a bottle you can afford to get a bad one once in a while. Also a very nice place to buy cheese, artichoke hearts, orange juice, chicken sausage, lunch meat, frozen fruit, dried fruit, hummus and much more... AND there are samples and complimentary coffee samples all the time!