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How to Choose the Perfect Blush

By Paige Schilt, April 10, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Paige Schilt

Spring has sprung! It’s time for sunnier days, budding leaves and rosy cheeks.

If you’re feeling a bit blah from the dark days of winter, a good blush can refresh your look and highlight your natural features. Here are a few tips for choosing a product that’s right for you:

Step 1: Consider your skin type and makeup routine.

Powder Blush

  • Absorbs excess oil for normal to oily skin
  • Works well over concealer or on top of face powder

Recommendation: Mineral Fusion Blush is a luxuriously silky mineral powder formulated without talc, parabens or artificial colors.

Cream Blush

  • Provides added...
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Easter Baskets Every Bunny Loves

By Elizabeth Smith, April 10, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Elizabeth Smith

Annie’s Homegrown Organic Bunny Fruit SnacksHalf-eaten chocolate bunnies and untouched stale neon marshmallows are not signs of a successful Easter basket. Luckily there’s a better way to build an Easter basket — one that is as fun to give as it is to receive and that isn’t a sugar bomb.

Ingredient-Conscious Confections

If candy quandaries have you hunting for great-tasting treats, rest assured all our sweets meet Whole Foods Market’s quality standards — no artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners or preservatives. Here are a...

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Our Kosher for Passover Picks

By Liz Burkhart, April 8, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Liz Burkhart

Looking to add a little variety to your Passover meals this year? We have a variety of delicious new kosher options that you can’t find anywhere else — from yogurt and granola to tomato sauce and olive oil.

Here’s a selection of kosher for Passover products that we’re excited about this year:

The Passover Essentials

  • Matzoh With a variety of choices when selecting which matzoh to serve for Passover, we’re enjoying: Yehuda Organic Whole Wheat Matzoh from Israel, the slightly sweet Streit’s Egg Matzoh, and Streit’s Shmura Matzoh, which is supervised from harvest to...
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New Twists on Spring Favorites

By Molly Siegler, April 8, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Molly Siegler

Springtime features some classic dishes (baked ham, hard-boiled eggs and asparagus every which way) and it also welcomes preparations that are completely forgotten until the weather warms up again.

Chicken salad, silky smooth soups, anything green. We like this time of year for it’s feeling of renewal, so we’ve given several of our spring favorites a new twist.

Inside-Out Easter Eggs
Inside-Out Easter Eggs

These outrageously colorful deviled eggs call on roasted beets to enhance the...

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Excellent Eggs

By Megan Myers, April 7, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Megan Myers

Learn to Cook: Boiled Eggs
Learn to Cook: Boiled Eggs

Eggs are a pretty nifty food. They’re filled with protein and vitamins, budget-friendly, and can be used in so many different ways that it’s hard to get tired of these sunny (side up) wonders.

From creating creamy sauces to adding lift in a soufflé, eggs truly are incredible. There’s a lot of information out there about these versatile staples, and your brain might get scrambled trying to remember it all, but we’ve got the key tips.


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