Sprouts Farmers Market
8101 Callaghan Rd, San Antonio, TX 78230
Sprouts lies directly East of the McDermott Freeway off Callaghan Road. With Lowe’s Home Improvement Store and FedEx Office Ship Center, you can easily send out your mail, grab what you need for this weekend’s home project, and get your food for the next week or two all-in-one trip. If, for whatever reason, you cannot find the cut you are seeking at Sprouts, right next door is Sasha’s European Market. Additionally, if Sprouts does not have what you are looking for, Westbound down Callaghan Road is Minnano Japanese Grocery. If Sprouts does not have it, you still have two other grocery stores with various food and products to choose from.
Ali Baba International Food Market
9307 Wurzbach Rd, San Antonio, TX 78240
A snug grocery shopping center carrying Middle Eastern cuisine. Erected in 1999, Ali Baba’s goal was to provide exotic spices and food that would otherwise not be available. With a certified Halal butcher on-site, get your lamb, goat, chicken, or beef needs met. Ali Baba has grown and now offers Eastern European, Indian, Pakistani, Persian, and Turkish food. Through hard work over the years, Ali Baba has found a way to produce large quantities of fresh pita and other specialty breads made from hand in house. Ali Baba’s prosperity is due to the owner’s passion for delivering healthy food at reasonable prices and simple wholesomeness.
13310 NW Military Highway, San Antonio, TX 78231
Natural Grocers wants to provide the best produce and gives free nutrition education to customers. Browse shelves stocked with dietary supplements, vitamins, and body care products that other stores simply do not have. Only fifteen minutes from the South Texas Medical Center, Natural Grocers is far enough of the beaten path to prevent a high-capacitated store close enough to make it worth driving to. Natural Grocers has strong morals of sustainability. Read more on the website for the standards they set for each of their departments and learn about why they refuse to carry certain products based on the lack of sustainability. Learn about the five founding principles established in 1955 that make Natural Grocers much more than just another store.
403 N Loop 1604 W San Antonio, TX 78232
Mon-Tue, Thur-Sat 8am-9pm
Wed & Sun 8am-9am senior hour, 9am-9pm
Trader Joe’s wants to be your neighborhood grocery store. With unconventional products such as Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate and Mandarin Orange Chicken, you can also purchase your eggs, milk, and vegetables like you would from any other grocery store. Carrying many outstanding options of cheese and fresh flowers, you can find more than what you were expecting at Trader Joe’s. With employees whose job it is to travel the world and find products, they think customers would like, Trader Joe’s has been changing the game of grocery shopping since 1967.
Whole Foods Market
255 E Basse Rd Suite 130, San Antonio, TX 78209
Fri 7am-8am Senior Hour
Just North of the San Antonio Zoo off the 281 or McAllister Freeway is Whole Foods. Located inside the Alamo Quarry Market, there is much more than grocery shopping to do when you come to this location. Grab cosmetics from Ulta Beauty, pick out some new kicks from SAS Shoes, or update your furniture with Pottery Barn. You could even get in shape at Orangetheory Fitness or get some bling from Kendra Scott Jewelry Store. At Whole Foods, getting the best bread and the right cut has never been easier thanks to the expert butchers and bread smiths working busily all day long. Bring your ideas to life with a custom gift basket or floral arrangement for your special someone. Thanks to partnering with Amazon, grocery delivery, pick-up, and returns are quickly taken care of; you do not need a box or label, and was it mentioned that this service is free? Even if you are not grocery shopping, stop in and grab a hot meal from the bar with Keto and Paleo accommodating food choices. There is something for everyone at Whole Foods Market.