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Amazing healthy food but I will say the Tacoma Park one can be pretty expensive for some things. For example the hotdogs with no preservatives or artificial tastes, it was 20 for packs of 6 hotdogs.
The selection of organic food, bulk herbs and grains, cheeses, and skincare products. Takeout section isn't bad, especially sushi. Some ethnic goods basics. They support local growers. But pricey.
They've recently begun carrying fresh made, hot pastry foods near the back. Get a samosa or spanakopita!
Join the Club.
I've discovered that they now carry raw Shea butter and pressed Shea oil from Blue Nile on Georgia Ave. saves a trip and I know I'm getting the seat Shea butter in the area.
Mesob On Wheels is the food truck to hit if you like Ethiopian food. Wednesdays 5-8
I'm excited about the micro greens.
Passionate mango coconut milk ice cream!
Don't miss the food trucks on Fridays in the parking lot 5-8.
Anyone can shop here, and anyone can become a member of the coop.
TPSS also beats Whole Foods' prices on most herbs and supplements, even if you're not a member. Plus they have my favorite local organic tortilla chips, which I can't find at the major chains anymore.
Stock up on the delicious cashew butter in the bulk isle!
Small but well stocked, & the prices are good.