106 West 7th Ave.
Columbia, TN 38401
Days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Hours: Tuesday 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Ruth Tracy opened Columbia Health Foods in 1982. She wanted to fill the need for a health food store in the community. She opened the store with the help of her daughter, Jackie, on the weekends. For the first few years she struggled to keep the store open but she just kept going! We are so glad she did! Ruth sold the store to her daughter Jackie Davis in 2012. In the fall of that year Jackie moved the store across the street to our current location. We have so much more room here to stretch our legs! We have enjoyed adding so many new products to the store. We are family owned and operated and pride ourselves on great customer service. All of our employees are constantly learning by reading, attending classes, lectures, and conventions to further our education. We offer a broad spectrum of products. We carry vitamins, herbs, minerals, essential oils, health and beauty aids, books, incense, organic produce, gluten free foods, bulk foods, snacks and much more. We pride ourselves on quality brands and products. We love to work with local vendors and have several local products in the store. Our juice and smoothie bar is open daily and we use only organic fruits and vegetables. Soup and salad are offered everyday as well. We also offer services which include: Biofeedback, Light Therapy and Foot Detox.
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