Stores satisfy organic craving

For years, southsiders who wanted to buy organic vegetables or health foods had to drive to the north side of Indianapolis to get it.

When an organic supermarket opened in Noblesville two years ago, customers repeatedly told store managers they came from the Greenwood area to get their fix of fresh produce, organic meats or healthy snacks, and they wanted a store near them, too.

In the past month, two stores have planted themselves in new locations on the southside, offering organic meats and produce, foods free of artificial chemicals and specialty foods, such as gluten-free items. This week, Earth Fare will open a market on County Line Road.

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