Until I recently moved, I had never been a fan of Harmon’s. It was always too expensive and I never thought it was worth it. Now that I live a short 5-minute walk away from Harmon’s, I go there all the time to pick up items for lunch or dinner, or even if I want to go for a walk, but I don’t want to have to walk outside.

The prices for some things are still expensive but there are two main pros that I like about Harmon’s:
1. Bag credit: I don’t know how many other stores do this, but Harmon’s gives you 5 cents for every reusable bag that you take in to use for your bought goods. It’s not much but it usually covers the price I paid for tax and sometimes a little more. Besides, something is better than nothing.
2. Produce: Before Harmon’s, I always bought my produce at Smith’s or Winco where I could find good deals, however, my produce would go bad quickly and sometimes I wasn’t even sure if I really liked the quality of my purchases. Sadly, I had no idea that there was better food out there … until now. Harmon’s seems to be pretty good at purchasing quality produce and quite often they have locally grown produce as well. For example, this morning I was able to purchase cantaloupe grown in Hurricane. And it is wonderful! Not only that, but my lettuce lasts for a couple of weeks – I’ve had lettuce in the fridge that I bought 15 days ago and it is still crisp! It’s amazing!

Employees of Harmon’s are also extremely friendly. Almost all of them always say hi to me and the ones working in the produce section are more than willing to help you find some good-tasting fruit if needed, too!

*All thoughts are my own. I received no compensation.