We are taking extended measures to ensure the safety and wellness of our communities, including adjusting store hours. Check your local store page for new hours. Customers 60+ are welcome to shop beginning one hour before stores open to the general public. Learn more.


Standards That Aren’t Standard Anywhere Else

From day one, we’ve been stubborn about our standards. And we’ve gotten even pickier with age. From sustainable wild-caught seafood to an ever-growing list of unacceptable food ingredients, we take pride in what we do sell and even more in what we don’t. Most important of all, we’re pushing to make those standards higher and higher every day. Because that’s what makes us whole.

Seafood Standards Like Nowhere Else

All of our wild-caught seafood is certified or rated for sustainability, and all our farmed seafood is third-party verified Responsibly Farmed.

Industry-Leading Animal Welfare Standards

Our fresh beef, chicken, pork, lamb and turkey must meet 100+ animal welfare standards. No antibiotics — ever — and no added hormones throughout our Meat department.

Unacceptable Ingredients for Food

The best ingredients belong on your plate. We don’t allow 100+ ingredients in our foods, including hydrogenated fats, high-fructose corn syrup and added MSG.

Our Standard for Eggs: Beyond Cage-Free

All the eggs in our dairy case are better than cage-free — because when chickens behave naturally, they naturally lay great eggs.

Beyond Clean Beauty

You don’t have to worry about ingredients like parabens, phthalates and oxybenzone in our beauty and body care products. We’ve banned 100+ ingredients and counting.

Seventh Generation, method, and Mrs meyer's cleaning products

Our Household Cleaning Standards

Some ingredients just don’t belong in household cleaners. So far, we’ve banned 70+ of them — so you enjoy products you can trust. And they’re all performance-tested, too.

Certified Organic National Grocer

We worked our butts off to become the first certified organic national grocer. And we’re still the only one.

GMO Labeling

In addition to suppliers complying with the USDA standard, we require that all non-GMO label claims be third-party verified or certified.