Most people in Southeast Wisconsin can tell you, without even thinking, where to go to get the good cheese and sausage. But where do you go for ingredients if you want to cook healthy—maybe even without meat or cheese at all? Thankfully, there are lots of options in the area when it comes to buying fresh and healthy ingredients, and we’ve compiled a list of the places that will be the most helpful to you on your quest for healthy living.

Beans and Barley

Website: www.beansandbarley.com

Milwaukee

Festival

Website: www.festfoods.com

Kenosha (80th St)

Kenosha, (31st St)

Mt Pleasant

Fresh Thyme

Website: www.freshthyme.com

Brookfield

Kenosha

Menomonee Falls

Milwaukee

Molbeck’s

Website: www.molbecks.com

Racine

Outpost natural foods

Website: www.outpost.coop

Mequon

Milwaukee (Capitol Dr)

Milwaukee (S Kinnickinnic Ave)

Milwaukee (N 12th St)

Wauwatosa

Riverwest Co-op

Website: www,riverwestcoop.org

Milwaukee

trader joe’s

Website: www.traderjoes.com

Brookfield

Milwaukee

whole foods

Website: www.wholefoodsmarket.com

Milwaukee

Wauwatosa

Woodman’s

Website: www.woodmans-food.com

Kenosha

Menomonee Falls

Oak Creek

Various Farmer’s markets

Southwest Wisconsin may be the most urbanized part of the state but, even in the heart of the city, there’s a farmer’s market nearby. Check out the Farm Fresh Atlas, an interactive map with information on where to go for fresh produce, when it’s in season.