This is a good resource if you live in the area. The main drawback is that they sometimes sell food that has expired months ago! If you are not aware of this, you might pay lots of money for it only to go home and find out that it's rotten. If something is on sale, it's probably very very old.
This place has pretty much everything I need (huge variety of soy milks, Tofutti cream cheese, vegan bread, vegan margarine, Cliff bars, Tropical source chocolate, Tom of Maine toothpaste, etc.) but their selection of fresh fruit and vegetables is really small, especially in the winter. One thing that you might want to check out is the pies they bring from Le Commensal which tend to be pretty fresh.
I think Evergreen is owned by the guy who is almost always there (who has a fantastic memory, by the way). He has really struggled to compete with the bigger stores in the area and to make this a veg friendly place. If you live in the area, this might still be the best place to support in spite of its drawbacks.