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#1 of 6 Old 10-18-2008, 10:49 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm visiting my mom in a few weeks and we're flying into Columbus Int'l. I want to stop at Trader's and WF to pick up some food for the 2 weeks since she lives in the boonies w/ no access to organic markets. Are there any other nice stores in the immediate area that I should pay a visit to? Cloth diapers, organic food, natural living? Cook mama clothes TIA!
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There is a Trader Joe's in Easton, a shopping area  about 3-4miles from  the airport. Across town, th ere is a TJ's and Whole Foods w/in 1 mile of each  other... off Sawmill Rd. (justsouth of 270, Ithink ).

Between the 2 of those, there is a Raisin Rack (natural foods & supplements &produce) on Schrock Rd in Westerville.

http://www.raisinrack.com/ret_store_...2PFAB7J308BJT1

On the west side, there is a Wild Oats on Lane Ave .

ETA -does she live next to me?I'm in the boonies. We have 2-3 health food stores in town, but Ihave to go to both of them to get most of what In eed. (Ihave to go into Columbus for the rest.)

DS, 10/07. Allergies: peanut, egg, wheat. We've added dairy back in. And taken it back out again. It causes sandpaper skin with itchy patches and thrashing during sleep. Due w/ #2 late April, 2012.

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Thanks I'll check out the raisin rack. I couldn't read most of your post, though...lots of icons instead of letters ???
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There's a natural family store called Sprout Soup that just opened on N. High Street just about two blocks south of Henderson. It's awesome, has lots of slings, cloth diapers, BPA-free stuff...
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There's a natural family store called Sprout Soup that just opened on N. High Street just about two blocks south of Henderson. It's awesome, has lots of slings, cloth diapers, BPA-free stuff...
Cool! Thanks so much!
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Good to know about sproutsoup!! Just a little ways from home!

Also Steve's Wife check out: The Pattycake Vegan Bakery, www.pattycakeveganbakery.com : and www.communitymarket.com my fave local co-op!

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