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- An array of organic, conventional, local and Sourced for Good produce, plus offerings from more than 32 local farms, including mandarins from Fruitworld, salad greens from Plenty’s San Francisco farm and organic mushrooms from Far West Fungi.
- Specialty department dedicated to celebrating cheesemakers and artisan producers. Local specialties include Sweetdragon Baking Co. brittles, handcrafted chocolates from Charles Chocolates and Central Coast Creamery The cheese counter is overseen by trained cheesemongers who can offer recommendations for any occasion and create custom boards.
- An extensive selection of 714 wines, including a wide selection from nearby wine-growing locales. Unique offerings include wines from Poe Wines and Kathryn Kennedy Winery.
- More than 300 craft beers and 150 spirit offerings. Local options include Bare Bottle sour beers, low-calorie and flavored margaritas from Laughing Glass and craft beers from San Francisco Brewing.
- Full-service seafood counter featuring seafood smoked in-house and a ready-to-eat Poke bar. Local options include caviar from Tsar Nicoulai Caviar, trout from TWO X SEA Trout and a wide selection of oysters from the west coast. All offerings are either sustainable wild-caught or Responsibly Farmed.
- Full-service butcher to cut steaks to order or debone poultry. Department offerings include shabu shabu and made-in-house sausage. Local options include air-chilled chicken from Mary’s and lamb from Pozzi Ranch.
- A Prepared Foods section with hot and cold food bars, sushi by Kikka as well as made-to-order and by-the-slice pizzas.
- Bakery offering everyday favorites, such as Whole Foods Market’s Berry Chantilly Cake, brown butter cookies and vegan croissants and scones. Department also offers a wide variety of special diet items, such as vegan croissants, cupcakes, cookies and brownies and gluten-free blondies and sweets. Local options include croissant toasts from La Boulangerie, breads from Wise Sons Deli, macarons from L’Artisan and hearth breads from Acme, Semifreddis and Firebrand.
- Wellness and Beauty section featuring more than 50 local products, including skincare from Earth Tu Face and Cocokind, and supplements like green moringa powders from Kuli Kuli and Supershroom blends from Goldmine.
All food at Whole Foods Market must meet the company’s rigorous Quality Standards, which prohibit hydrogenated fats, high-fructose corn syrup and more than 150 flavors, colors, sweeteners and other ingredients commonly found in food. In addition, all beauty and body care products must meet the company’s body care standards, which ban more than 100 commonly used ingredients, including phthalates, parabens and microbeads.
Whole Foods customers can enter the Trinity Parking garage from 8th Street or Angelo’s Alley (off Mission Street). Parking is available for customers on the negative third level (P3) for 90 minutes with validation following your purchase at the Whole Foods checkout counter. Bike racks are also located on the negative third level of the garage (P3) directly outside the Whole Foods main entrance. Please only park on the P3 level and return your cart to the designated areas. Thank you!
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Q: What is the address for Whole Foods at Trinity Place?
A: 1185 Market Street (8th & Market)
Q: What are the store hours?
A: 8 am – 9 pm
Q: How do I enter the store?
A: The store is accessible from the grand entryway on Market Street or from the main entryway located on P3 of the Trinity Place garage. See the below question for details.
Q: How/Where do I park my car at Whole Foods?
A: Whole Foods customers can enter the Trinity Parking garage from 8th Street or Angelo’s Alley (off Mission Street). Parking is available for customers on the negative third floor (P3) for 90 minutes with validation following your purchase at the Whole Foods checkout counter.
Q: Where are the bike racks located?
A: Bike racks are located on the negative third floor of the garage (P3) directly outside the Whole Foods main entrance.
Q: Is there a contact phone number for Whole Foods at Trinity Place?
Learn more by visiting the official Whole Foods Trinity location page.