In rural Alaska, this chain is the most well-liked. There are a total of 12 outposts.
This Arizona establishment has meat and seafood counters and a full-service deli. But its produce market roots offer fresh, organic veggies and dry items from enormous barrels.
Add this to California's boasts: TJ's began in little California. Camille Lowder, Digital Food Producer, recommends Rainbow Grocery and Berkeley Bowl.
Denver-based Kroger-owned chain is proud. The store sells over 150 Colorado brands.
Martha Stewart shopped here. It's nicknamed the Disneyland of dairy stores (with cookie dough-bottomed ice cream cups). Petting zoos are here. Need more?
Newark Natural Foods serves "free" eaters—gluten-free, dairy-free, meat-free. Hungry shoppers must visit Cafe 67.
One Publix opened in Florida. Website reports 856.
Poké, shrimp snacks, and cotton candy grapes are available here.
This little, four-store operation labels itself a "local" market for its cuisine and community involvement.