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June 25, 2007 @ Whole Story
Whole Foods Market partnered with Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) to present the first-ever Peter Roberts Memorial lecture to celebrate CIWF's 40th Anniversary. Whole Foods Market CEO John Mackey presented "Food for the Future" at The Institution of Engineering and Technology on June 5, 2007, the evening before the Company opened its flagship store in London. The lecture, named in honor of CIWF Founder Peter Roberts, was followed by this Q&A and discussion panel. To view the lecture, please see the preceding video post.
June 25, 2007 @ Whole Story
Whole Foods Market partnered with Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) to present the first-ever Peter Roberts Memorial lecture to celebrate CIWF's 40th Anniversary. Whole Foods Market CEO John Mackey presented "Food for the Future" at The Institution of Engineering and Technology on June 5, 2007, the evening before the Company opened its flagship store in London. The lecture, named in honor of CIWF Founder Peter Roberts, was followed by a Q&A and discussion panel.
June 24, 2007 @ Whole Story
John Mackey and Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma, discuss their thoughts and ideas concerning the past, present and future of food. To view John's preceding presentation, please view the last post.   Please note: The Berkeley website no longer makes this interview available. For a written description of the event, go here.  
June 23, 2007 @ Whole Story
The co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods, John Mackey, offers a presentation of the past, present, and future of food. Mackey then joined Pollan in conversation, continuing in person the exchange of views the two have been conducting since the publication of Pollan's 2006 book, The Omnivore's Dilemma.
June 22, 2007 @ Whole Story
Now that it's officially summer, we offer up some great wines perfect for warm weather, along with cheese pairings and tasty appetizers.
June 13, 2007 @ Whole Story
One of the things we love most about summer is the abundance of produce and other colorful, antioxidant-rich foods. From organic berries to salmon, antioxidant-rich foods have healthful benefits. Learn about these benefits, what seasonal antioxidant-rich produce to look for now and get some good, tasty recipe ideas to boot.
June 11, 2007 @ Whole Story
As dog lovers know all too well, it’s often not easy to keep a dog-friendly house clean-and-fresh smelling. Instead of turning to products laden with artificial scents and other chemicals, Stacy from Florida has a much better idea:
May 29, 2007 @ Whole Story
Enjoy this in-depth interview with Carlo Petrini, founder and driving force behind the Slow Food organization. The interview is centered around his new book, “Slow Food Nation: Why Our Food Should be Good, Clean, and Fair.”
May 28, 2007 @ Whole Story
Several of us around here have been having issues with fruit flies in our kitchens, so we were thrilled to read Shannon’s tip:
May 21, 2007 @ Whole Story
Join us as we talk to a handful of seasoned grilling experts and find out their favorite grilling techniques for meats, seafood, vegetables and even fruit.
May 15, 2007 @ Whole Story
With the spring cleaning season well underway, we thought it appropriate to address the following question raised by Linda in the comments section of our last post, “What is a green product to use that actually works to clean the bathtub shower scum off of the shower glass doors? I have purchased green and non green products. Thanks so much for your advice.” Here are a couple of “recipes” for all-natural cleaners that should help with that stubborn shower scum: Glass Cleaner #1: Combine 1/4 cup vinegar and one quart of water. Plain club soda also works!

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