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Whole Foods Market - Veterans

Metairie, LA
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(504) 888-8225

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3420 Veterans Memorial Blvd Metairie, LA, 7000
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  • William Stein III 5 days ago

    Nice store with excellent selection, great seafood though a bit expensive, veggies and fruit are great. Salad bar is fantastic and in store dining is really good too. Cant find any negatives except prices on some products are quite high.

  • Orange Ziggy 14 days ago

    I go here for birthday gifts; great bath and toiletry gifts, wide variety of unique lip balms, top-of-the-line bath gels in delicious scents; (I recommend 'Jason'); large variety of chocolate bars- small and large, salted and un, berries and not. Best place to go for a gift for the tea lover. Lots of herbal tea varieties. Good place to go if you are looking to try some new hair products, bc they have unique products. Best place to go for Birthday Cakes! is at the bakery- gourmet Birthday cakes, often made to order in just a couple of hours. Issue: I can't browse the bath soap aisle without being asked 5 times 'if I need any help?'

  • Robert Menuet 45 days ago

    Now Trader Joe's is down the street, let's see how Whole Foods adapts. Meanwhile, I buy my free range grass fed eggs there, and also cheeses and desserts, and some produce. Prices and parking are simply appalling. Customer service has always been helpful to me. There are many temptations here, so bring a shopping list and a limited amount of cash, with no credit cards on you. B+ for great selection, terrible parking, outrageous prices, and excellent customer service.

  • Dadul Maharaj 53 days ago

    Driving over the road nationwide I am able to see the differences between the different stores. I am not happy with this store because of the little variety and lower quality of vegan options at the hot and cold bar. I just came from Raleigh and 90% of the breakfast was vegan. Providing vegan does not limit the food to people who only eat plant based. It targets everyone that eats food ! Even the vegan blueberry muffins had very little blueberries in it and the one vegan cookie was so much smaller than the non vegan ones. I noticed how marketing is staged according to demographics which is not fair. Corporations have the ability to educate and persuade people to eat healthier sustainable foods. Other Whole Foods advertise plant based recipes and even have vegan items at checkout which I actually grab while waiting. I hope this store changes it's operations to follow the other stores that are keeping up with the growing plant based trend. I'll keep saying it, almost anything can be made vegan, Whole Foods sells everything for it so why not educate and provide it to people? Even hunters eat vegan foods, vegetarians eat vegan also, but vegetarians won't eat meats and vegans won't eat anything non vegan. So you need to change your strategy to increase profits. Otherwise people like me if faced with limited vegan options than why should we shop high end if we can get the same limited options at other less expensive places?

  • Travis Gould 89 days ago

    This store is the largest of the 3 stores near/in the New Orleans area. It has a bigger selection. It has great parking and is near the Causeway, so it has good, quick traveling roads around it. There is lots of other shopping around, so for site seeing or errands this is a good store to include. The staff is always friendly. The food is always good and fresh.

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