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Health Food Stores In Suffolk County

We all know eating natural and organic foods is one of the wisest health choices we can make. While many grocery stores offer a natural food aisle, or some organic brands, the variety of health foods at natural food stores is unrivaled. Have you considered shopping at natural health stores? Suffolk County has quite a few!

Larger stores:

Whole Foods Lake Grove (Holistic Moms of suffolk holds also meeting here once a month) and don’t miss their salad and deli bar for delicious treats. Samples are available throughout the store with more on weekends.

Trader Joe’s
Lake Grove and Commack. Wildly popular, good prices and nice atmosphere make Trader Joe’s a place to stop at frequently.

Wild by Nature health food store

Wild by Nature  -3 locations:

198 Main Street, East Setauket
260 West Montakk Highway, Hampton Bays
369 West Main Street Huntington

*Don’t forget to pick up the 2 monthly publications as you walk in (I devour these cover to cover) as well as a mambo sprouts coupon book

Suffolk County Health Food

Smaller stores: (please support local small business!)

Second Nature Markets  41 Newton Lane , East Hampton and 70 Main Street, Southampton

Capital Health and Nutrition Market (no website) 357 New York Avenue, Huntington Village

Good Health Natural Foods  (no website)   31 Scudder avenue, Northport

Green Earth Natural Foods Market  50 East Main Street, Riverhead
Cafe and juice bar

 The Natural 770 Middle country road, Middle Island

Back to Basics Natural Foods (no website) 632 route 25a, Rocky Point *shout out to Back to Basics because not only is it in my town, he has very good prices ,and nice sales, and it’s bigger than it appears. Stop in for everything from bulk nuts and grains to supplements to organic produce and more.

Back to Basics

St. James Natural Food (no website) 296 Lake Avenue, St. James

Cornucopia Natural Foods  39 N. Main Street, Sayville

 

Don’t forget seasonal farmers markets which you can find in many towns. However, the listings I researched online weren’t accurate and changed annually, so I recommend a google search as the season starts (in May) and keep your eye out in the local papers for listings. Here are a few more popular ones, but know that info and offered days may change.

Amagansett 491 Montauk Highway ( wednesdays)
East Hampton- Nick and Toni’s parking lot 136 main street (fridays)
Greenport- 1st and Adams Street (saturdays)
Huntington- Elm Street parking lot rt 25a (sundays)
Port Jefferson- Steamroll parking lot, corner 25a and rt 112 (sundays)
Rocky Point,corner of Broadway and Prince (sundays)

Interested in learning about GMO’s how to shop organic on a budget? Read more here

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