Pasture Raised Eggs
Whole Foods has been big on cage-free produce for more than a decade, but they’ve since widened that to add other qualifications; their 365 Everyday Value eggs are pasture-raised, too.
There’s not much the store doesn’t have in terms of non-dairy milk alternatives. Their wide selection of almond milk, in particular, is super popular.
Like we said. So. Many. Dairy. Alternatives. When the oat milk craze first kicked off, Whole Foods stocked up on items from brands like cult-favorite Califia Farms.
Biena Chickpea Snacks
Have you had these delightful crunchy chickpea morsels? Do you know what it’s like to be ALIVE?
Kite Hill “Cream Cheese”
Kite Hill makes its cream cheese style spreads from nuts, and Whole Foods is known to carry a huge selection.
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Skinny Dipped Almonds
When you consider the fact that these nuts have 70 percent less sugar than traditional chocolate-covered almonds, you can almost convince yourself they’re a health food.
Not only is there just about every flavor of cereal (or a 365 version of them), but they’re much cheaper than they typically are at other stores.
A super niche product, but one that certain people would die for. Whole Foods has been on the ghee beat for awhile now.
Again, there are about a million peanut butter brands at Whole Foods, but their 365 Everyday Products peanut butter is (1) healthy, and (2) tastes luxuriously good. Justin’s gets an honorable mention, though. Hi @Justin, illu.
Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods
The gourmet Indian food brand, Sukhi’s, has fans for daaaays. Although this quick tikka masala meal is a favorite, their Indian-style street wraps (found in the freezer section) are also amazing. The veggie samosa one, in particular, is a joy.
Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels
Quite honestly the most delicious snack dessert to ever exist.
Don’t sleep on the Whole Foods beauty department — in particular their soaps are amazing. The scents of A La Maison de Provence will send you on a trip to France, while Goodsoap is an all-time Whole Foods fav.
Another house line that’s 100 percent worth buying. Their frozen fruit selection is A + and makes a million lives easier every day, just about.
Delicious, nutritious, and exclusive to Whole Foods.
Dang coconut chips
There are plenty of chip substitutes out there, but none are more addictive than Dang Coconut Chips. The thin, wispy slices of coconut meat will have you close to swearing off junk food altogether.
Aaand while you’re juggling your coconut oil and coconut chips, you might want to pick up some of this good stuff too. Trust us, you won’t regret it.
If you find yourself in the snack aisle, don’t forget to grab these sweet ‘n’ salty delights. But you already knew to do that!
Garden of Eatin ‘Sweet Potato Chip
These gluten-free options are always available at Whole Foods.
Are you even human if you walk through a Whole Foods bread and pastry section and don’t buy … all of it?
Both the salad bar and hot bars are so fresh and fancy, it’s easy to get carried away. Whole Foods experts know to take advantage of the scales the store puts all around those areas and how to best hack it so their lunch is closer to $ 7 than $ 17.
Though there are plenty of rice options at Whole Foods, people swear by the texture and natural sweetness of this brand’s product specifically.
Almost Anything You Can Buy In Bulk
The store’s nuts, spices, powders, and snacks are easily accessible and allow for relatively cheap bulk buying, considering what you’re getting. This from a girl who once went on a month-long goji-berry-on-everything kick … and spent about $ 20 in the process.
Those who love fall-flavored things know the 365 pumpkin spice yogurt is the only acceptable way to get that pumpkin flare into your breakfast.
A lot of people love ’em. End of story.
Beyond Meat Burgers
The day they came to Whole Foods, the world was forever changed.
BelGioiso Fresh Mozzarella Snacking Cheese
These aren’t exclusive to Whole Foods, but damn it, do they know how to strategically place a cute little snacking cheese near the absolute essential cheeses you specifically came for or what?
Chocolate Sandwich Cremes
Yes, they’re basically Oreos. Yes, they’re fuh-reaking delicious.
Dill pickle almonds
A pickleback, but in nut form. A perfect drinking snack, basically.
Sumo Mandarin Tangerines
When these babies come into season, run, don’t walk, to your local Whole Foods. This citrus fruit has become a customer favorite, so they sell out quickly.
Farm-Raised Atlantic Salmon Fillets
We get it: Frozen fish seems like a weird item to put on a roundup of best sellers … but you haven’t tried Whole Foods’ frozen Atlantic Salmon Fillets yet. Just you wait.
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Who doesn’t love ice cream sandwiches? Well, the 365 Whole Foods brand brings you organic ice cream. Beat that.
Frozen bags of riced cauliflower take out the heavy lifting when you want to whip up a carb-free dinner.
Cauliflower Crust Cheese Pizza
Again, cauliflower is king — besides the fact that it’s time-consuming to prepare on your own. Next time you’re craving a gluten free, grain free pizza, try this from the freezer aisle.
Strawberry Cereal Bars
This on-the-go breakfast is only made better when you realize it’s made with whole grains.
Italian Sparkling Mineral Water
Crack open a bottle of Whole Foods’ own Italian Sparkling Mineral Water and tell us it isn’t the most refreshing thing you’ve ever tasted.
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