Ethiopian Heritage Festival

Get a taste of Ethiopian culture through music, food and dance at this Washington, DC celebration with Emma Green who explores street festivals across the US.

Foraging at the Market

Harvindar Singh, Whole Foods Market’s Local Forager for the Northern California area, hands me a fresh cup of locally roasted coffee just as I greet him at the center of the Friday morning Oakland, CA farmers market. It’s a good, bold roast and takes the chill out of the air. Before I’ve even taken a sip, we are on the move.

Garden Project: Healing Place

Baked This Way

Dozens of our team members helped celebrate San Francisco’s Pride Parade with a giant rainbow cupcake pulled by a vintage farm truck.

1Run Fights Diabetes Through Education

Learn how we are supporting diabetic Doug Masiuk in his historic run across the U.S. to educate about healthier living and thwarting this epidemic.

Whole Foods Market and Marathon Kids

While I grew up living a fairly active lifestyle between softball and dance lessons, I also grew up eating a lot of poor quality food (think deep-fried, fast food). Today, I’m extremely passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and teaching kids to adopt healthier eating and exercise habits in their own lives. On February 26th, 2011, I was pleased to volunteer with Whole Foods Market for Marathon Kids, a national organization in nine cities that provides a free running/walking, nutrition, and schoolyard gardening program to kids between kindergarten and the fifth grade.

EveryDay Shea Helps Togolese Communities

Learn how purchases of EveryDay Shea help disadvantaged communities in Togo and enter to win a gift basket full of Alaffia body care products.

Community Gardens: The Meadow, Baltimore

Enright Park Community Garden

Great American Seafood Cook-Off

For the fourth year in a row, Whole Foods Market proudly sponsored the Great American Seafood Cook-Off (GASCO) and featured a mini-store that displayed our exclusive 365 Everyday Value brand along with a beautiful spread of produce that included local peppers, okra, eggplant and peaches.

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