There are those who love Whole Foods Market and those who hate it. But folks who think the latter simply don't know what they're missing. For example, Whole Foods makes some of the best wood-oven pizza around, and its prepared food buffet is impressive in terms of both scope and taste. Further, the supermarket chain is committed to teaming with artisans in every location to support local communities. Thus at various markets in the 305, you can find Zak the Baker bread, Jugofresh stores within a store, sushi made by Miami-based Sushi Maki, and a plethora of other local goods. And though prices here are certainly higher than those at conventional grocery stores, it's comforting to know Whole Foods won't sell anything that has artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners, or hydrogenated fats. What's more, the company has an in-house product line called 365, which has a lower price point than most brand names. The employees are just friendlier at Whole Foods, and there's always ample outdoor seating for shoppers to enjoy their purchases.