Whole Foods Market Camden is committed to stocking delicious food without artificial colourings, hydrogenated fat, flavourings, sweeteners or preservatives. As well as grocery and deli departments, the store features a health and beauty department entirely devoted to natural skincare and supplements.
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Venue Details & Map
Whole Foods Market - Camden
49 ParkwayCamdenLondonNW1 7PN
- +44 (0)20 7368 4500
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
How exciting!? A "Whole Paycheck" in a foreign country.
I popped in to look around this miniature version here in Camden.
Good selection of gluten free, vegan, and local free range meats.
If you don't feel like cooking tonight and have trouble with dietary needs pop in and get some ready to eat takeaway.more
This store has a nice range of Organic products but not very affordable pricing.
The staff are typically well meaning but went through a stage of crucifying anybody that neglected to bring their own shopping bag - before begrudgingly double-bagging your shopping in their big thick paper bags :-/
+ good range of supplements
+ nice deli counter
+ nice staff
- beware unlisted...more
Good range of fresh produce but other than this it was fairly small and carried a limited range - you'd probably need to shop elsewhere to finish your weekly shop. Organic chocolate was delicious.
Has now been rebranded as a Whole Foods (previously Fresh 'n Wild. Not cheap either, as you'd imagine.more
If you don't fancy schlepping around a large barn of a supermarket and have a bulging wallet this is a decent stop for some organic chocolate, decent sandwiches and all the ethical or organic food you can handle.
The deli counter is a particular treat - it's great for stopping off at in the evening if you're feeling too lazy to cook but don't want your dinner out of a cardboard and tinfoil...more
Everything in this place looks fantastic. They really do a great job of wowing you as you walk in the door. Especially the deli counter. And the price tags. Real ale, a snip at over 2.80 a bottle - more expensive than drinking in the pub! Crazy.
However, they do donate 5% of profits to charity each year, and I've heard the goat's butter is particularly deliciousmore