Great options for specific eating habits/diets; organic, plant based, keto, etc. Prices are a little steep but worth it since it allows shopping without driving an hour or further away. Bring your own bag and you can choose a charity for the store to donate to, I personally love this.
I'm used to MOM'S because that's what was near me where I used to live. It is true Good Earth Natural organic store is expensive, but I don't care about the price because by the time I drive 80 miles to where I used to go it's cheaper for me to go to Leonardtown. Another thing I want to mention is the fact that whatever I want and they don't have they'll go out of their way to find it for me. The employees are super nice and that's what I look for in a business. When I'm treated like a good customer no matter how I'm dressed I'm true to that establishment. Much success to this store.
I don’t know how I didn’t know about this place sooner. It’s like a moms organic store replica except smaller and cuter! So many vegan options/substitutes and clean healthy beauty products/cleaners etc.
The knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful staff make shopping here a pleasure. The store is well stocked with a variety of products to promote healthful living. They have a kitchen section filling the place with the wonderful smell of soups most of the time. They also have fresh produce and wine. In the heart of Leonardtown, this is one of my favorite places!
Two stars because the staff is excellent, friendly and helpful. Location is great. But very overpriced even for an organic market. I keep trying to purchase from them but the prices make it impossible.
My Organics headquarters... Service is great too! Pretty much anything I need is here. The cooking classes and special recipes are a nice touch. It is great to have this organic source in the neighborhood.
I love that we have a whole/organic food choice in Leonardtown. When I want fresh grown and organic I know where I can go to find it. Their vegetarian lunches are yummy, and their monthly "come see, try some free food, and ask questions" sessions are fun and informative. Small enough to be community, big enough to have what you need.