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New Seasons Market - Arbor Lodge
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6400 N Interstate Ave Portland, OR 97217, United States
6400 North Interstate AvenueUSOregonPortland97217
(503) 467-4777newseasonsmarket.com
$$$Grocery Store, Wine Store
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This grocery supplier with many locally sourced items also sells home goods & wellness products.- Google
"As far as healthy food chains go, New Seasons is top notch."
13 reviewers
"They have a very nice selection of organic and quality natural food items."
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Krista Shilvock
3 months ago
Great healthy foods without being too hippy. Like a smaller version of whole foods
Jamie Marshall
a year ago
As far as healthy food chains go, New Seasons is top notch. The selection is fantastic. The staff are friendly and beyond helpful. But if you are on a fixed income or just don't have alot of money you might want to avoid the place because they are definitely expensive. And once you start going it will be difficult to stop. But if you are able to fit it in your budget, then by all means give them a try.
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Paul Hobson
a year ago
Ok if its artsy fartsy over priced hippy food you want wile shoping with people who don't take showers this is your nervana
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Triston Pascoe
2 years ago
Fresh? Local? could you want more? The customer service is always awesome. Some items are pricier than other comparable stores (such as Trader Joes) while lower than others (such as Whole Foods). I will always be back for more.
Kyan Hartley
a year ago
What a sweet bonus, moving to a new neighborhood where the closest grocery store is perhaps the best you've ever been to? While New Seasons may not want to describe themselves this way, I like to think of them as this perfect blend between Whole Foods & Safeway - they've obviously got our health and wellness in mind, as they offer wonderful organic, local, non-GMO foods.... but there are plenty of the "other" items for those of us who want them. The prices are reasonable - depending on the item, they're within some change of most other grocers (except Zupan's, where I feel they're overpriced). The employees are always friendly and helpful, taking the time to explain ingredients and products to the best of their ability. And what a diverse group of employees they are. Speaking of, New Seasons takes care of the people who work there - offering them wonderful health benefits and even giving a share of the profits to the ones who have stuck with them over a year. Honestly, that alone is the top reason I choose to shop there. More and more, we see companies treating their employees like wheels in a machine... and it's refreshing for a company to be a game changer! They also have a great little "non-grocery" section with books, candles, cookware, cards, etc. I will continue to buy everything I can there.
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Gregg Ruskusky
a year ago
So much good about this place, the people, the organic choices, the wok bowls full of delicious veggies, the salmon sandwiches and gluten free options.. But as much as the selection and convenient location and hours matter, I love that the store takes care of it's employees, and they in turn, of us. Thank you New Seasons.
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Jon Van Oast
2 years ago
Unless you are new to Portland, you are probably familiar with the New Season's drill: "the friendliest store in town" with a focus on organic and locally-sourced food. This is my local New Seasons, so I am a regular. In particular, the staff here has always been extra friendly and helpful with me and my family -- being patient with my kids as they attempt to order their own food at the sandwich bar, remembering to give carrot tops to us for our rabbits, and so on.
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Mary Alice Richert
a year ago
New Seasons must be experienced to be understood. They are just wonderful in every way, in every department.......exception...I get my staples at a chain store...prices are the reason for that....