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April E says ...
I agree that Bulk items will definately save you money and go longer. I also get the goods for less by, sticking to my list and buying exactely what I need. When you have all of the menus planned for the week it is simple and quick to know exactely what you need and it saves alot of money. And of course don't forget to check the sales flier before you shop!
10/11/2009 11:35:33 PM CDT
Lori Bolden says ...
I know it cost a little more to shop at Whole Foods Market, but I am saving on medical expenses. By eating fresh and organic, I see fewer illnesses and/or I am not fatigued from eating packaged foods that are loaded with additives and preservatives. I had rather pay to have fresh, organic and/or natural products than to have buy foods and goods that lack in nutritional value because they have traveled so far or have been sitting on around way too long. My budget is to pay little or nothing for medical costs and pay for the substinence and my products my body need and yearn for...fresh fruits and vegetables.....uuuuummmm.
10/12/2009 11:42:02 AM CDT
Cheryl Thrasher says ...
I begin by scanning the Whole Foods ad. It provides many delicious seasonal specials, some I incorporate into the weeks menus and other staples,walnuts, poultry etc, I freeze to be used later.I do not stockpile fresh items,produce, breads, dairy, because Whole Foods ad changes frequently and provides great balance and variety. I always check for staples, canned items, bulk, that have manufacture coupons and often may be on sale as well. I love eating foods that are superior in quality and process because I shop carefully.
10/13/2009 1:08:33 PM CDT
bepkom says ...
@J. Kurz: Each store has a weekly sales flyer that's posted on their store's webpage. You can find the page for your local store here: http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/all/ Also, you should consider signing up for your local store's email newsletter as those call out weekly/monthly specials as well! http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/newsletters/
03/19/2011 9:34:15 AM CDT
bepkom says ...
@David: Our product selection varies from store to store so we suggest contacting your local store to find out. Thanks!
03/09/2011 11:13:46 AM CST
bob hagman says ...
can't locate the nutritional breakdown of rolled oats. how locate nutrional values of each of your foods?
03/16/2011 10:34:18 AM CDT
bepkom says ...
@Bob: All packaged items will have the nutritional information posted on the package. For items that are sold in bulk, the information will be posted on the side of the bin from which they are dispensed.
03/19/2011 10:37:25 AM CDT
david brady says ...
I was told that you have samples of "TOPRICIN" is that true and how can I get a sample?
03/08/2011 2:57:54 PM CST
j. kurz says ...
how do i access your weekly sales?
03/18/2011 8:14:05 PM CDT
Hollie says ...
I do wish it were easier to find coupons to use at WF...but there are still great deals there! 365 brand milk is 2.99 while piggly wiggly brand milk is 3.89! and as always the produce is very well priced. i buy the meat that is on sale but still tend to spend more money overall. im still learning to shop wf for less. with practice i know i will master it :)it might be nice to have some sort of rewards program one day...just a thought. xo
04/10/2011 5:44:00 PM CDT
Jay says ...
I was at this food convention and there was this really new and cool type of jar just invented. It would be perfect for many of the wholefoods products...I think this would definitely separate wholefoods from others. It is called the Two Turn Container. Their website is twoturncontainer.com. Check it out and please get some of these jars with your products!! Thanks !
05/23/2011 5:42:33 PM CDT
andrew47 says ...
In a recent Harris Interactive survey, 76% said they don
06/01/2011 12:20:44 PM CDT

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