Whole Foods Market is the world's largest retailer of natural and organic foods, offering the kinds of products usually found in small, local co-ops, but with the wide selection more typical of conventional grocery superstores. The produce selection is high quality, with prices to match; same for the meat and seafood departments. The 365 and Whole Kids house brands offer some relief, particularly on kid staples like cereal, snack foods, and peanut butter and jelly. Sample stations throughout the store enable parents and kids to graze while they shop; or they can buy something to enjoy in the cafe area after check-out. Prepared dishes run the gamut from soups to sushi, with vegetarian, vegan, Asian, and Mexican options. Fresh breads, spices, bulk grains, dietary supplements, frozen and canned foods, sumptuous chocolates and baked goods, designer cheeses, and hot and cold salad bars are also available. Pet food, bath products, magazines, cut flowers, and paper goods are some of the non-food items for sale. A seating area with tables and high chairs is available in the front of the store. Free pamphlets near the cashier lines offer ideas and recipes for cooking and entertaining; the website does, too.