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Pantry Makeover: Stock Up on Healthier Staples

A healthier pantry starts with some of the same basics that build a wholesome plate: whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds and healthy flavor boosters such as vinegar and low-sodium soy sauce.

Delicious Ways to Enjoy Rosé All Day

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Why Rosé is the Wine World's Most Exciting Story

Whole Foods Market has an extensive selection of rosés from around the world. Here are six bottles that highlight the diversity and excitement in the category.
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Absolutely Everything You Need to Know About Our *Limited Edition* Beauty Bag

Calling all natural beauties! Beginning on Friday March 24, the Whole Body department will be selling limited edition beauty bags. What’s inside? A carefully curated selection of some of our favorite skincare and makeup, all housed in a handcrafted, organic cotton clutch. The $18 bag — which has a retail value of $90 — is only available while supplies last, so we suggest snagging one, stat.
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Try Our Top 10 Vegan Beauty Buys

Did you know that Whole Body (the section of the store where you’ll find essential oils, naturally scented soaps, makeup and more) only sells beauty products that haven’t been tested on animals?
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Sneak Peek: See What Our Beauty Guru Can't Live Without

Meet Maren Giuliano, a natural beauty guru who leads the team that selects every last rosehip oil, charcoal bath bomb and vegan lipstick that ends up on shelves in the Whole Body department. She travels the world to discover new ingredients and brands, which means she’s more likely to be doing sun salutations in a hotel room than the LA yoga studio she co-owns with her husband. Here are the must-haves (beauty and otherwise) you’ll always find in her Lynn Tallerico leather bag.
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Two Delicious Ways to Celebrate Pi Day

March 14 is Pi Day, and you don’t have to be a math genius to get excited. There are two delicious ways to get your pi on with Whole Foods Market — save $3.14 off of any large pie from the bakery or any large take & bake pizza pie. (These Pi Day deals are only valid on March 14, 2017 and available while supplies last. Excludes small pizzas, flatbreads, half pies and pizzas baked in-house.)
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5 Irish-inspired Recipes to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

New York shuts down 5th Avenue for a — shall we say — lively parade. Chicago famously dyes its river green. Boston’s planning a pub crawl complete with Celtic music (among many other things). You can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day no matter where you live with Irish American and Irish-inspired recipes. If you plan on serving up traditional fare, check out our recipe for Corned Beef and Cabbage. Looking for a twist on familiar flavors? We asked five food bloggers what they’ll be dishing up on March 17th — their answers may surprise you. Read on to see how each foodie put her own tasty spin on the tried-and true.
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6 Things You Didn't Know You Could Ask Your Fishmonger

Seafood may seem like a strange thing to be passionate about, but I grew up fishing in New England and have spent years behind the seafood counter and few more behind the scenes. I know you can buy seafood just about anywhere these days, but I want everyone to know that we go way beyond what other grocery and even other specialty stores offer. Here are six things you can (and should!) ask your fish guy or gal.

7 Chef Secrets for Perfect Fish

I’ve always had an affinity for cooking fish. I love its variety, I love its lightness, and I love the way it offers itself to preparations from simple to elaborate. I spent years in professional kitchens learning the ins and outs of preparing all kinds of fish, and I can tell you there’s nothing mysterious about cooking fish perfectly. It’s simple, it can be healthy and you can make it even on weeknights.