9 Best Holistic and Health Food Stores in Wisconsin

More and more every day we are challenged with deciding which products are the “best” to be eating, wearing, and using. That’s where holistic and health food stores come in. If you’re looking for clean and fresh foods, essential oils, diet-accommodating goods, and more, the holistic and health food stores of Wisconsin have you back. Here are our favorites. 

Molbeck’s Health & Spice Shop, Racine, WI

Molbeck’s has been a small locally owned business for more than 50 years. In addition to carrying products such as vitamins, herbs, homeopathic items, bulks, spices and gluten-free and wheat-free products, Molbeck’s also carries a selection of frozen food options. Whether it’s cold-and-flu season in the winter or allergy season in the summer, Molbeck’s can provide an antidote.

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Health Hut, West Allis, WI

Besides offering healthy alternative products, Health Hut also provides customers with healthy recipes, a wellness library and up-to-date news and features for the health-conscious community on its website. With four locations throughout Wisconsin, Health Hut is on its way to becoming a mainstay in Wisconsin’s holistic-health market.

Apple Wellness, Sun Prairie, WI

Founded in 2010 by couple Tim and Becki O’Brien, the company’s mission is to “impact, empower, and educate every customer to learn, grow, and create a lifelong foundation of health and wellness,” according to the company website. Apple Wellness focuses on providing excellent and affordable vitamins, supplements, essential oils and health books.

Outpost Natural Foods, Milwaukee, WI

Outpost Natural Foods is a 22,000-member cooperative, according to its website, that celebrates “fresh, made-from-scratch foods, sustainable living and the transformative power of a genuine, local economy.” The co-op offers an amazing amount of resources to its customers. On its website, users can search recipes, deals, events, community relations and other news and events affecting the holistic-health industry.

Terry Naturally, Health Food Store, Green Bay, WI

Featuring its own brand, Terry Naturally is a destination health-food store in the Green Bay area. The store hosts farmers’ markets year-round, which both supports local businesses and also brings customers to the Green Bay location. According to its website, Terry Naturally was voted “Best of the Bay”—Green Bay, that is—for eight years in a row. How’s that for impressive.

Natural Food Shop, Milwaukee, WI

If Madison is home to the brains of Wisconsin, then Milwaukee is home to the beating heart of Wisconsin. The Natural Food Shop accepts SNAP and EBT payments (i.e. food stamps) for some of its products. Visit the shop to purchase single items or bulk items such as teas, herbs, spices, incense, gums, resins, clays, algae and salt. The Natural Food Shop really does have it all.

Family Natural Foods, Wisconsin Rapids, WI

According to its website Family Natural Foods began as Rapids Feed and Supply Company in 1946. After a decade or so the store began to transition into what it is today, a full-service health-food store that carries a complete line of health foods and supplements. The family store offers more than 200 titles of health and dietary books, herbs, teas, baking products and much more.

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Mother Nature’s Food, Eau Claire, WI

Having been around for more than four decades, Mother Nature’s Food provides customers with the means for them to become the healthiest versions of themselves. In addition to offering natural food items, Mother Nature’s Food also provides customers with natural supplements, vitamins, minerals, herbs, health and beauty products and essential oils.

Basics Cooperative Natural Foods, Janesville, WI

As with a lot of other health-food stores, Basics was founded in 1977. Throughout the years the store relocated numerous times. Each time was in order to better service the community and its customers. The co-op follows the seven cooperative principles, education, concern for the community, member economic participation, cooperation among cooperatives, autonomy and independence, voluntary open membership, and democratic member control.

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