We went by the Trader Joe's that opened this weekend. I just don't get the hype. I found it to be a cross between a Costco with all the prepackaged foods and a weak grocery store having limited options. Okay there's a lot of organic stuff but it's all at a premium which is more than is already locally available. The milk is from CA by the codes on the carton. The eggs are more than king soopers on a matching product, and more than my local chicken lady for the organic. I'm given to think that part of organic and green eating is the whole local part of it. The Dr. Bronners was a good price, as was the tea tree oil (just a couple drops in a laundry load). And who sells bananas by the each and not the pound.... meh. Of course I live in a grocery desert so I'd be happy if any of them could bother to locate near me. Seems like left coast chain coming to their people. Kinda like Krispy Kreem (which sucks compared to the local grown Lamars), and Dunkin which is actually not bad at all coming to feed the east coast influx. Haven't gotten to try VooDoo yet. I want to just slap the idiots who want white castle..... tho I've heard good things about In-n-out........ not like we need another burger chain in CO.