Where do you like to buy most of your food? I like to go to a place called Sprouts sometimes, but they're a bit expensive on some stuff. So, I end up going to about 3 different stores totally. I wish we had a better farmers market here. The year-round one is disappointing. I've heard of some co-ops. But, never tried one.
for my organic fruit & vegies i have 3 choices where i live: an italian greengrocer a bit further down the road, but the cheapest; so if i buy for one week it's worth the drive. then there is the local healthfood shop, quite expensive. & last but not least the farmers' market, though it's not all organic. most important to me, apart from being spray-free, if not organic, that it's locally grown, which means low foodmiles.
I tend to go to the local"international" markets. Much larger fresh produce selection, a huge variety of spices & they tend to have fresher seafood. There are local farms where I can buy farm raised meat. I raise laying hens so I only have to walk to the coop for eggs. I also have a small garden of my own.
Sprouts is one of 4 places I shop. I have specific things I get at each. Sprouts, I get bulk items for my own trail mix and occasionally some produce or bread. Smith's (a.k.a. Kroger's) for most organic foods, canned goods, paper products, cat food & litter, frozen foods and some produce, Costco, for White Vinegar, EVOO, and some produce and finally Cuevas, small Mexican store at the end of my block, usually very good prices on produce, plus their homemade salsas and pico de gallo.
I'm in western PA, I go to Giant Eagle. This is a big chain here. They also have gas stations (called "Get-Go"s). For each $50 in food you buy from the Giant Eagle and you get 10 cents a gallon off a gas purchase from the Get-Go. And the food isn't over-priced. I'm gonna buy the food, anyway, might as well save on the gas, too.
There is a a store called Food Town that I go to that sells food from every corner of the world. It is a huge super store with one or two isles dedicated to different parts of the world. Korean, Chinese, Jamaican, Haitian and other Caribbean countries, Indian, Pakistani, Bangladesh, Middle eastern, Different African nations. They also have fresh vegetables from those countries and fresh meat that people from those counties are used to cooking. All kind of different spices from all over the world.