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Health food stores have come a long way, baby. When I was young, and my well-intentioned hippie parents were raising us on a diet of fruit leathers and wild rice casseroles, I spent a great deal of time in health food stores. If I close my eyes, I can still see the giant unmarked tubs of natural peanut butter, and smell the slightly astringent smell of chewable vitamin C.
But right around the time Lisa Simpson admitted she was going to marry a carrot, things started getting better for healthy eaters. A lot better. Even these days, while big business is slapping 'natural' and 'organic' all over themselves, independent health food stores are increasingly mainstream, stylish, and plentiful, with fantastic options all over downtown Toronto.
Maybe it's because of the health food store's 'little guy' persona, but people get a bit fanatical and protective when it comes to their favourite health food supplier. Health food stores in Toronto are still largely independent, and there actually is very often a little guy (or girl, or family) behind them. Health food stores have personality. Finding the one that fits well with you turns casual shoppers into devotees and missionaries ("Where do you get your slivered almonds? Oh no no no.").

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