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The store spotlights local products and artisans, and its 365 brand is priced on par with groceries available at other locally owned stores - although you can still get pricey gluten free pancake mix... Read More
The store spotlights local products and artisans, and its 365 brand is priced on par with groceries available at other locally owned stores - although you can still get pricey gluten free pancake mix and other higher priced goods. There is a barbecue counter for takeaway as well as a daily blue plate special and a salad bar. The bakery offers gluten free sweets like cake and cookie dough bites and fresh puddings and chocolate mousse. The Whole Kids Foundation and Whole Planet Foundation underwrite a slew of local programming, including health fairs at places like the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club and a summer camp for kids on the onsite ReFresh Farm. Whole Foods anchors the Refresh Project, a fresh food hub that includes on-site tenant partners Liberty's Kitchen, The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine at Tulane University, FirstLine Schools' central offices, Boystown center for children and families, Crescent City Community Land Trust and an on-site teaching farm in partnership with SPROUT NOLA, Harambee Gardens of New Orleans, and Faubourg Farms.
300 N Broad St.
New Orleans, LA 70119
- Gluten-Free Baked Goods: "This Whole Foods incorporates repurposed elements of the Schwegmann's original store into its eye popping design crowned by its NOLA pride accent above the front entrance."
- Best for Gluten-Free Baked Goods Because: Whole Foods is a trusted brand and offers visitors as well as locals fresh and healthful options.