Whole Foods is located in the heart of Stoke Newington and sells essentials such as just-baked breads, hot foods and groceries, as well as a range of natural skincare and supplements. There's a coffee bar and an outdoor seating area. Whole Foods sells organically grown foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colours, flavours, sweeteners and hydrogenated fats.
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Whole Foods Market - Stoke Newington
30-42 Stoke Newington Church StreetStoke NewingtonLondonN16 0LU
- +44 20 7254 2332
OMG! This store totally blew my expectations!! I never thought it could be that packed! I mean, so much goods in this smallish space and somehow health supermarket had totally chilled out vibe about it.. And yes, as usual I got more than I needed or could eat, but it was worth it!
I love Whole Foods' buffet - hot and cold. I love the range of products, their chia seeds puddings, the forever...more
Love the egg selection and the only place I could find Barely Cup and other barely powders for coffee substitute. Not the best veggie selection (but just walk across the street for those), but you can find a myriad of yummy healthier alternatives for snacks, hot foods, and dried goods.more
I love the Whole Foods Markets! The hot food and salad bars are veggie heaven.. very creatively put together. Healthy super grains like quinoa and couscous with seasonal vegetables and salady type ingredients and leaves. Delish! Cakes and cookies to die for, inc. raw cheesecakes from Inspiral. You'll have to see the rest, like the store cupboard, frozen and fresh ingredients, vitamins and...more
Soooo overpriced. But if you're trying to find fancy, random, exotic ingredients for your newest Gordon Ramsay creation then this is a good place to find them.
And they have a large face and body care product department, patchouli hipster twat heaven.
Just do like I did back home. Come for the fancy rare things that you need for your recipe, get the other stuff everywhere else.more
I have replaced eating chocolate (and bread and cheese and all of those nice things) with sushi. I'm not fussy about my sushi, any old supermarket that sticks rice and fish together does me well. So, anyway, I figured that I would make my own. And this is where Whole Foods came into things.
Sushi went surprisingly well. But my bank is missing £16. And that's not including any fish or...more