This coffee shop promotes 100% fair trade and organic coffee. They have 13 shops and a mobile Airstream espresso bar across Louisville, so it’s easy access for anybody roaming around to grab a cup of joe (though they don’t offer snacks). Heine Brothers Coffee features a responsible and sustainable business, which takes part in many philanthropic initiatives, recycles, buys cooperatively and buys locally. If you need a pick-me-up during your afternoon slump, try Heine Brothers.
There have been few unsatisfied customers and consumers that shop at Rainbow Blossom Natural Food Markets. They strive to fulfill each person’s needs and are happy to accommodate any special orders. Their food is free of synthetic preservatives and artificial colors or flavors.
We all know how hard it is to find real food in Louisville when you’re on the go with your family or even by yourself. Thankfully, there are some great options that do exist if you’re searching for organic!
LIFEBar began when the owner saw a deficiency of healthy foods in the community. Organic is high priority in their produce and you can see that in the low calorie, high-density nutrition menu items. They offer organic and vegetarian products including smoothies, tonics, juices, superfood, and other healthy choices. Their team is incredibly knowledgeable in their product, as well as nutrition in general, so ask them anything while you’re there!
It’s hard not to add Whole Foods to the list of healthy, organic establishments. Whole Foods Louisville offers a full deli, vitamins, the freshest of veggies and fruits, natural body care products, groceries, and more. It’s trying to get away from the “whole paycheck” accolade it’s been deemed and have lowered the prices of many items, which is great for the health-conscious consumer. Their buffet of offerings is delectable. If you’re on the go, they have compostable to-go boxes.
Half Peach Bakery claims to be the first vegan restaurant in the city making breads, sweets, and lunches, and, we believe them. Their meals offer fresh, local produce free of animal products. Half-Peach even offers gluten-free meals to those who have to watch their gluten intake.
Starting out as a small chain of convenience stores, they were able to grow bigger because they value the same thing as others — healthy items at a good cost. As much as possible, they bargain directly with their suppliers. Even though this Hawaiian-themed store is a chain, they offer some organic food, with vegetarian and vegan foods, natural hygiene products, household cleaners, and more. Stop in to get something to hold you over or a full meal, while picking up real food for your pet…
Purchase foods that are free of pesticides, antibiotics, and growth hormones here at Lucky’s Market. Their natural and organic food comes from the locals and at a fair price too. It’s always nice on your wallet when you are purchasing real food for your family, while also supporting the community.