By Paige Brady, June 23, 2010
Don't forget: Our 30th
birthday is coming up and we’re giving away 30 trips-for-two to help us celebrate in our birthplace: Austin, Texas!
By Marla Camp, May 29, 2010
When you think of Whole Foods Market, I bet the amazing food we sell is top of mind. But regular readers of this blog know we are about so much more than food. Check out this video for one example.
By Mercedes Vaughn, April 15, 2010
At Whole Foods Market, we offer a lot of great products, and many of the companies who make them are doing amazing humanitarian works as well. We'd like to take a moment of your time to introduce you to two truly extraordinary vendors of ours: Three Sisters Cereal
. These two companies are both doing their part to help with relief efforts in Haiti, each in their own unique way.
By Winnie Hsia, February 2, 2010
By Emily Broad, October 26, 2009
By Jenny Brown, March 21, 2009
Since you meet them in the aisles of our stores, you probably know that our Whole Foods Market Team Members are passionate about food. What you may not know is that our local vendors are some of the most zealous food people you'll ever find! These folks have devoted their lives - often at great financial risk and always with great personal dedication - to making high-quality, natural food. Pretty incredible!
By Paige Brady, November 24, 2008
By Guest Writer, September 23, 2008
Whole Foods Market’s Jeff and David give Willie a big check.
By Winnie Hsia, September 19, 2008
We just for an email from Sandra 'Mama' Himes, our Executive Coordinator of Operations with an update about our Houston and Sugar Land store hours!
All of our Houston area stores, including our location in Sugar Land will be open 9am to 9pm on Saturday and Sunday. Next week, our store hours will be 8am to 9pm and after then, we will return to our regular hours.
Thanks to everyone for hanging in there with us.
By Karen Christensen, September 12, 2008
I’m very happy to announce that Whole Foods Market has signed an agreement
with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) designed to help improve wages and working conditions for Florida tomato pickers.
I put together this blog entry to explain the steps we took that led us to make this agreement.