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Super Markets: This Specialty Grocer Is Making Its Mark on Dallas

Vegan grocer Lucky Mouth has made its Bishop Arts debut.
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Super Markets: This Specialty Grocer Is Making Its Mark on Dallas

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Avid travelers and vegans Adriana Martinez and husband David Miers heavily researched food labels and scoured U.S. cities for quality plant-based foods—then turned a passion into work with Lucky Mouth Grocery.

The minimalist vegan grocery in the Bishop Arts District carries products that can’t be found anywhere else in Dallas, including “steaks” and “ribs” from Minneapolis-based The Herbivorous Butcher and taco “meats” by LA-based Cena Vegan. Local farmers provide microgreens and specialty mushrooms. There are pancake mixes and corn dogs, too.

“We want to educate people and show them that there are vegan products that taste good,” Martinez says.

If “vegan grocer” conjures cluttered shelves and burning incense, this is the opposite.

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