Chuck's Natural Food Marketplace
Health Food Store
Today 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
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11301 N 56th St Tampa, FL 33617
11301 North 56th StreetUSFloridaTampa33617
Health Food Store, Market
Health Food Store
Vitamin & Supplements Store
Natural Foods Store
Today 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
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"I'm never going back; check out Whole Foods or Abby's for a better experience."
"The staff is extremely knowledgeable!"
"Talk about helpful, money saving service!"
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Sean Shawn
3 weeks ago
I go to both stores. Here is the same junk they pull. I will describe my few months of going to the store. and some tips and things to watch out for. 1.) Make sure u check expiration date. They are not keen to move items off shelf. 2.) the Once-A-Month Thursday not a one day sale. Those prices are there all the time. Literally. NO change in prices. Any other day the same items are on sale with a red ticket. So avoid these days, unless you like crowds for no reason. 3.) As a future health professional, I am a little shocked how far some of the staff both pushes and encourages things that dont have any health claims. I admit I dont visit the other half of the store that has all the homeopathic items as often as other customers, but please dont buy into the persuasion. I have heard so much contradictory and WRONG information coming from the staff. 4.) Which brings me to another point. PLEASE dont forget to check what you were charged. Notoriously....somehow....they always key in the wrong prices.... especially when three are present on one single item. They will pick the highest they see. Kind of lost me there. 5.) Check with publix. because the prices can be out of the wazoo. and funny how I have SEEN THEIR STAFF AT PUBLIX SHOPPING. Hmmmmmm..... The specialty items, the more expensive, the longer they have been there. For months. I dont think the unsulfered apricots have sold for a YEAR. 6.) Staff will lie and say new shipments just came in. Dont buy into that. 7.) Dont buy the deodorant you will be disappointed. 8.) They claim to take products off the shelf like Toms that are bought out by big companies, yet this practice seems to be finite and not a motto for the store overall. Plenty of items that dont meet this standard. The good stuff: have a lot of organic products you wont find elsewhere. Like shampoo. But at the cost of the worry-some 6 above, I am making the trip out to whole foods. If you are in a hurry, then bite the wallet and come here. But plan on paying MORE than Whole Foods (seriously !?) Publix across the street will sell the same organic watermelon for 3.99 each. They sell for 3.99 a pound !!!
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Loretta Knoelk
3 months ago
The staff is extremely knowledgeable!!!! They are like walking dictionaries!!!! Lol!. It has expanded so this is nice and they do carry a lot of the brands us health nuts love. I give it three stars because it is extremely over priced. And most people that over charge you trybto give you an experience like Publix or Whole Foods; samples, help to your car, making the place smell like things that make you want to stay, playing relaxing music. Nope. They just put an $8.99 sticker on Applegate Sausage that you can buy at Publix for $5.99.....just because. Or $9 for Mighty Leaf tea. Publix has it for around $6 and you can find it online for around $5 and some change. Thier cafe is also pretty lame. They don't have menus sitting out where you can see them usually and they don't have any kind of steamer or machine that they can just make you a tea latte. They will tell you they can't (probably because they don't want to) or that you will have to wait an excessive amount of time for them to boil the milk/water. Thier display of drinks is not visually appealing and does not lay out everything they offer as opposed to a bar that lays out every kind of liquor. They finally started giving out bags instead of awkward to carry boxes, but Nutrition Smart us way better. And has less of an awkward set up and visible shelves short people like me can see over in case you passed the isle you wanted.
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Mark Holbert
a month ago
Great place, friendly & helpful, as much as Wholefoods ,but much more local & personable, aswell as reasonable pricing & lots of sales every week! Love it!
Steve Larsson
a month ago
This store is run-down, dirty, over-priced, and understaffed. Unhappy there, I asked to speak to Chuck and he was not available. That is why I'm making this review. I won't be returning.
Allison Rodriguez
a month ago
Not only is this store dirty, the prices are outrageous, there is dust everywhere, but the regular staff is beyond terrible. About 6 months ago the man in the back, he told me his name is Don, told me about how black people are stupid and violent, and spoke to me as if I automatically had the same hatred for ethnic people as him. He told me how pretty and nice I am, and that because I'm white, I'm somehow better. I just wanted to get out and felt so awkward! especially since he ignored this black lady behind me and was rude to her. Little does he know! I'm never going back; check out Whole Foods or Abby's for a better experience. Publix, across the street has most products and for much cheaper. I wish I could rate this no stars!
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Eric Tremmel
4 months ago
I stopped in to see what was available. The staff was amazing. Took the extra step to make sure I was satisfied. I am a local business owner and this is how I would want my store run. Thank you and will see you again soon...
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Jim Buteyn
7 months ago
I went in to purchase one item on the advice of my vet. The very pushy sales lady first tried to diagnose my dog's problem by playing 20 questions with me. Then she tried to sell me everything but the item wanted because "your dog really needs this" as she told me "vets don't know what's out there". I informed her that my vet practices eastern medicine as well. She handed me a bunch of pamphlets that I "must read". The last time I was in there was quite a while ago and the staff at that time were very helpful without being pushy. Staff has changed and I will not return and will find another natural store.
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Kirk Riollano
2 months ago
As a fellow business owner in Temple Terrace I must say that I have tried to give Chuck's a chance after being treated with disrespect by the gentleman that works in the back not once, not twice, but three times now. I am not sure of his name but it is remarkable how someone with his work habit has a job. Our whole office has experienced the same and we will no longer be visiting this store. If this man worked for me he would be at the end of the unemployment line the second I saw him treat customers the way we were treated.
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