There was a review in Time Out magazine this week that said you couldn't buy groceries in Greenwich Market. Rubbish. Clearly they didn't venture into this little organic health food treasure. Greenlands is wonderful without being too 'hippy-ish'.
For a start, they do parsnip chips. I have an addiction to parsnip crisps. Crisps in general. But parsnips are wonderful too so they make me excited. It's not easy to find these anywhere so the huge bags you can get here are worth a trip into Greenwich alone.
They're a friendly bunch here and they know their stuff. Whether you've gone in for your echinacea (handy with all the strange snowy stuff right now) or you just want a healthy snack, they'll be able to help you. In fact, they willingly help you. That's nice. I like that in a shop, it's important.
They're so good at what they do, I don't actually need to come here very often. Which is a shame, the staff are friendly and I like it. Its a tiny poky little place that is clearly run by people who love what they do. It's shops like this that keep the Greenwich Market as it is.
its a good health food store, but I went there with my son today and found the 2 staff behind the counter so rude and unhelpful. I know retail is not the best job as I have worked in retail before I was educated, but there is no need for such rudeness. As an online entrepreneur selling Ethical childrens fashion customer service is king in the retail industry. As a result I wont be going back there which is a shame for me as I like their large selection of natural skincare which I cant find anywhere else nearby.
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