Nice staff but overpriced
A great market. This store has a great selection of GF foods. Including speciality items that I can't find else where (not even at the other GF market, strictly gluten free) and also typical GF staples. The store is very new. Nicely decorated and clean. The staff is friendly. It's a great store for people who are new to eating GF, as everything in the store is safe. It's certainly less daunting shopping in a GF speciality store, than in a regular market. The store only gets 4 stars though. They charge a dollar or more for items that can be found at most typical markets (GF Amy's burritos were, If I remember correctly, were more than 4 dollars. Target/stop and shop carries these for 2 dollars and change). So many common items, I found to be over priced at this store. I get it's a small business and they have to charge more, but Id rather them not carry the more common items, than charge an insulting price. Maybe more research is needed on what GF stuff is available in the groceries located up the road. Literally UP THE ROAD at Stop and Shop, a good portion of the products at "eat good" can be found at a cheaper price. It's nice to be able to get speciality items but like most GF specialty markets, this is not a 1 shop store (no produce, meat, eggs/milk etc). So if your going to have to make a trip to the big commercial stores for those items anyway- it makes sense to be cautious when shopping here. If I could get everything I needed under one roof, I'd gladly pay more. But if I'm making multiple trips... I make the best of it.
This is a great grocery store. It's very large, has a great selection including products I've previously only found online, and a very educated staff. It is a dedicated gluten free market. Every product is researched thoroughly. They have pantry items, baking, entrees, frozen foods, chips, you name it, they have it. If they don't have it, they are constantly taking suggestions seriously.