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. Where do you live?
Where do you live?
SF Bay Area
Outside SF Bay Area
. Are you:
Sharing home w/veg person
. Where do you do your non-produce food shopping?
Where do you do your non-produce food shopping?
Safeway or similar non-health food markets
Local health food store
Other (fill in below)
Info on shopping locations:
. Do you currently order from online vegan retailers? If so, which ones, and what kind of items are you buying from them?
Do you currently order from online vegan retailers? If so, which ones, and what kind of items are you buying from them?
. Would you shop at an all-vegan store if one existed?
Would you shop at an all-vegan store if one existed?
Yes, because they would share my values and understand my choices, and I like supporting vegan businesses.
Yes, because they would have more products for me to choose from and be more aware of, or receptive to requests for, new products.
Yes, if they were near my house or work.
Yes, but only for specialty items I can't get at my regular store.
No, my current store(s) offers everything I need.
No, because they likely wouldn't have everything I need and I already go to too many stores.
No, supporting like-minded businesses is not important to me.
No, I think it's important to encourage all markets to carry vegan items.
No, because it would probably cost more than the larger stores I already shop at.
. What kinds of items would you buy from an all-vegan market?
What kinds of items would you buy from an all-vegan market?
Non-dairy milks & creamers
Other non-dairy items (butter, sour cream, whipped cream, cream cheese)
Baking ingredients (egg replacer, sugars, etc.)
Junk food (candy, jerky, packaged snacks and crackers, etc.)
Quality sweets (baked goods, pies, cakes, ice creams)
Frozen prepared foods
Locally-made prepared fresh foods (soups, burgers, sandwiches, hummus, salads)
Bulk grains, rice, beans, and nuts
Fresh Organic Produce
Frozen Organic Produce
Fresh Artisanal Breads
Beer and wine
Vitamins and Supplements
Fashion items (belts, wallets, purses, jewelry)
Message items (tees, hoodies, posters, shopping bags)
Educational materials (books, cookbooks, DVDs)
Green living (reusable containers, canteens, shopping bags, recycled housewares)
Other (please specify)
. Do you think a vegan store would be an asset to the people of San Francisco?
Do you think a vegan store would be an asset to the people of San Francisco?
Yes, spending my money at a vegan business allows me to practice "philosophical localism."
Yes, San Francisco is lagging behind other cities in vegan offerings.
Yes, San Francisco could use an all-vegan location as a hub for gatherings, community building, and organizing.
Yes, no one store in SF caters to vegans and I'm sick of going to multiple stores to get my basic needs met.
Yes, I'd love to shop at a store that was making me aware of new products instead of the other way around.
Yes, I'd love to shop at a store where I didn't have to read one single label!
Yes, a vegan store could help omnivores, vegetarians, the vegan-curious, and their friends and family members easily navigate through a world of new foods and products.
No, I think San Franciscans are pretty well served by existing markets.
No, I don't really see the point.
No, there probably aren't enough folks to support it.
. Do you have any thoughts you'd like to share about a potential vegan store in SF?
Do you have any thoughts you'd like to share about a potential vegan store in SF?
. Do you have any experience that might be helpful in opening a vegan store?
Do you have any experience that might be helpful in opening a vegan store?
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