As far as grocery shopping in Jackson goes, you have three options: Smiths, Albertsons, and the Jackson Whole Grocer. The chains, Smiths and Albertsons, are what you’d expect- everything you need, lower prices, and that big box feel watered down with faux wood paneling and cheesy signage. The Jackson Whole Grocer, on the other hand, has the authenticity you’d expect from a local store.

Despite the small(er) space, the Jackson Whole Grocer stocks a variety of standard and specialty items. The award winning produce department stocks a variety of organic and conventional products. Meats, poultry and seafood are also offered both organically and conventionally. House marinades are also available upon request.

Perhaps the highlight of the Jackson Whole Grocer is the deli. Offering a variety of breakfast, lunch, coffee and smoothie options, the deli has something for just about everybody. Pre-made breakfasts and sandwiches are available if you’re in a rush and soups change daily. Plus, there’s an in-store liquor store, truly making the it a one-stop shop.

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