When to Whole Paycheck, I mean Foods, and they were all nice. If I wanted something cut up, they were happy to do it. If I was wandering the isles, they would ask if I needed assistance and usually they were perceptive enough to ask when I DID need help. A fruit platter, some already premade were in the fruit area. Didn't bring own bags? They bag for you and it costs nothing. I usually bring at least one bag of my own that they use. I mostly hung around the wild-caught fish, fruits/veggies section. Prices are higher, sure, but I don't exclusively buy stuff there.
Yes, I've met snobs too that looked at me funny for consuming non-organic before or something they deemed unhealthy like meat (vegan extremists). Usually, they don't get much of a response from me, but snobs in general need to learn their attitude is, for the lack of a better word, retarted.
I was at a fast food joint once a long time ago and this big lady comes up to the counter after eating her burger some. She complained about the burger, said it was sloppy, did not taste good, and threw it away. She made the guy behind counter feel like he could not do a damn thing to satisfy her and she simply walked out with a bad attitude. The whole time I'm thinking, a little honey goes a long way. If it tastes like garbage and was sloppy, complain politely and explain your dissatisfaction. I'm sure they would have been happy to provide a refund at least.
A snob is part of a character, doesn't matter if organic or not IMO.