Groceries and so much more...
Honey's Marketplace is proud to be an active part of the Kanab, Utah community. The family owned store knows the key to success is providing a fun and value-filled shopping experience for store guests with fresh products, a friendly staff and competitive prices.
As the largest grocery store in Kane County, Honey's Marketplace serves as a central hub for the diverse community. They strive to provide a fun and friendly shopping experience for all visitors starting before they even step into the store. A talking Studebaker truck called 'Rusty' greets guests at the door and welcomes them to Honey's. In an effort to beautify the parking lot, the store fills recycled shopping carts with colorful flowers each season. Honey's is also a tourist attraction for travelers on their way to Lake Powell, Zion, Bryce Canyon or the Grand Canyon. The store's large shopping cart (that sits on the curb) has been featured on Utah's Strangest Tourist Attractions list as one of the nine things to see.
The personalized shopping experience doesn't end inside the store. Guests are treated to a full-service grocery store with many delicious signature items from a scratch bakery, deli, fresh produce and meat departments. Honey's also offers Red Box Video Rentals, a large selection of Vegetarian, Specialty and Gluten-Free items, as well as sporting and camping equipment, a fuel center and a complete garden nursery that operates from March to June each year, creating a one-stop shopping trip for guests. The retailer is focused on creating a family atmosphere, is closed on Sundays and does not sell cigarettes or alcohol.
"We are committed to treating our guests the way we want to be treated," said Honey's owner Susan Honey. "The ultimate grocery experiences always involve service and bringing joy to our shoppers."
Part of that commitment includes actively giving back to the community by donating to local school programs, teams and groups, supporting scout troops and participating in the American Legion and Lions Club fundraisers. Honey believes the best grocery experiences are the personal ones where she has been able to help by providing free food and other items to families in need. Honey's commitment to giving back extends back into the store, too.
"One of the best things I have done was while dressed like a clown. I rode a scooter through the store and gave everyone who was working lunch money," Honey said. "Doing things like that is what I absolutely love about the grocery business."