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Whole Foods Market
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3360 E Speedway Blvd Tucson, AZ 85716
3360 East Speedway BoulevardUSArizonaTucson85716
$Natural Foods Store, Bakery
Natural Foods Store
Health Food Store
Vitamin & Supplements Store
Today 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Whole Foods Market is the world's largest natural and organic grocer. Find one near you, check in, and say hello!
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Eco-minded chain with natural & organic grocery items, housewares & other products (most sell wine).- Google
"I shop here regularly for gluten free items and other health foods."
"Great place to shop for organic veggie."
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Julius S
2 months ago
Friendly staff, but a pretty small selection and horrendous, consistently awful hot and cold food bars. UPDATE: This whole foods make the worst bagels i have ever had in my entire life. What is there, 2lbs of salt in this dough? Has anyone there ever had a bagel before?!
Jack Hayes
a week ago
This place kicked me out because I wasn't white. No kidding.
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Leslie Anne
2 years ago
I was able to get a last minute wheat free cake for a birthday. 8 hours before the party. Totally a livesaver. YEAH! The bakery rocks. I shop here regularly for gluten free items and other health foods. I love the fact that they take coupons and have their own you can print out from their website.
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Israel Vaughn
a year ago
I shop here every week. It isn't the best Whole Foods I've been to, but it has the best food selection if you care about what you eat South of Ina. Unfortunately Tucson isn't Portland, but Whole Foods and the Farmer's markets are the best we have...Sprouts just doesn't compare, the quality is much lower there (Trader Joe's too).
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Laure Capsuto
a year ago
I have food allergies and am an extreme veggie lover. If it were not for stores like Whole Foods I would have very few choices and more hassles trying to find the foods I need to stay healthy. I continually find inspirations in their prepared food section and gorgeous organic local produce to make what is typically ordinary extraordinary. Sometimes I can find certain items cheaper at Sprouts however across the board Whole Foods offers way more variety and ability to offer the types of products I love.
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Lyn B
a year ago
I am a cancer patient and have been trying to heal my body with nutrients and healthy foods. I have been going out of my way to drive to the Speedway Whole Foods Market for (literally) years to purchase their expensive Veggie Blends and Smoothies from their Juice Bar. I justified the time and expense because they used organic produce. EVERY TIME I would ask what was organic that day, and Every Time the juice bar attendant would tell me what was (or was not) organic that day, and then I would have them create a drink using only the produce they claimed was organic. However, on my last few trips to Whole Foods, the juice bar attendant began making the distinction between organically grown and organically stored produce, and explained that they couldn't really call anything "organic" anymore because of the way they stored it in a box next to some non-organic produce. I told them that wasn't a problem, as long as it was "grown" organically (and not sprayed with pesticides while it grew in the ground for 3 months) it was fine with me, and reiterated that organically grown produce was what I was after. On a trip to WF last week, an attendant said none of the produce was organic and that they NEVER used any organic produce at the juice bar. I asked a manager for clarification who told me that even though they can't technically call any of their produce organic (because of the way it was stored), she said that I shouldn't worry that they've been surreptitiously selling pesticide laden food all these years. However, on today's trip to the juice bar, when I asked my usual question of "which green veggies were organic today", they replied that the Spinach Was Organic, and that the Parsley Was Organic, but that they Weren't Sure About the Kale because they didn't "prep" it. I asked if they could find out by inquiring with the prep staff, and they went to check. They came back after a few minutes and informed me that, actually, none of the produce was organic. I thought here-we-go-again with the technicality of how things were stored, but they then told me that none of it was even GROWN organically. Not surprisingly, I asked to speak to a manager for clarification, and she confirmed that never, in the 8 years that she has worked there, have they EVER used ANY organically grown produce at the juice bar. Why I asked, had I been told literally every time I came to the juice bar that certain veggies were organically grown? She said she "was sorry" - but that they simply "misinformed me". Given the number of smoothies I have had over the years (hundreds) I WAS TOLD WERE made with only organic produce, I am sickened to be told that I was misinformed hundreds of times. I understand mistakes can be made, but telling someone the same un-truth hundreds of times is more than a mistake. I am beyond disgusted and feel completely fleeced and can only wonder how my health has been affected.
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Edward Yancy
2 years ago
Great parking, spacious and safe. I bought some pasta here last night and the parking is well lighted, I think that that is a plus because we, my family, are addicted to safety.
Libra Polly
3 years ago
Great place to shop for organic veggie. Wide variety for cheese selection.


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