Reasor’s Foods’ updated locations on Brookside, 41st and Yale, 15th and Lewis, and in Jenks, Broken Arrow, and Owasso were all redesigned and expanded to create a healthier, more fulfilling shopping experience.
By offering local Scissortail Farms’ leafy greens and a bevy of other locally grown and organic produce (as well as a stronger presence from other local and regional purveyors) the Oklahoma grocery chain has upped its game to compete with the handful of health-minded but often prohibitively expensive markets that have sprung up across Tulsa.
Registered dieticians are available at five locations, offering services including weight loss advice and disease-related education. They’ll even give you a tour of the supermarket to show you wholesome options.
Other reasons to love Reasor’s: free lunch for military personnel on Veteran’s Day, an annual food drive, their decision to not carry genetically modified salmon, and the cheese island at the Brookside location that rivals that of its neighbor, Whole Foods.
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