By Libba Letton, February 2, 2012
Stop the insanity! I help with customer inquiries here at Whole Foods Market and we’ve been hearing some wild, off-base stories from folks around the country lately.
For brevity’s sake, I’m going to list them here in hopes of dispelling these rumors.
Rumor No. 1: Whole Foods Market has been bought by Monsanto. No! What crazy talk! We’ve never had any affiliation with that company. We are publicly traded; our majority shareholders are listed in documents filed with the SEC and, I promise, Monsanto is not on the list and never has been.
By Anna Madrona, January 12, 2012
The less you toss the more you save. Can a few minutes of focus on your fridge contents save money AND the planet?
By Mara Fleishman, October 7, 2011
October 24th is a national day of awareness for healthy eating and affordable, accessible food. We’ve joined with Epicurious to help you plan a Food Day event.
By Courtney Mudge, September 28, 2011
Find out what it means for a grocery store to be “certified organic” and why it’s so important to maintain organic integrity from seed to shopping cart.
By Joe Dickson, September 17, 2011
What does “organic” really mean? Find out the precise requirements and discover why supporting organic agriculture is so important.
By Rebecca Joerres, September 9, 2011
This September, we’re celebrating National Organic Harvest Month in our stores across the US and that means we’re celebrating the organic farmers we partner with. Organic farmers not only encourage biodiversity, they depend on it — both above and below the ground.
By Rebecca Joerres, September 2, 2011
September is National Organic Harvest Month. Celebrate with us and check out the Top 10 Reasons to Go Organic!
By Paige Brady, August 28, 2011
Let’s teach kids a new way to be picky. Pick whole grains, fresh fruits and veggies along with healthy proteins.
By Frances Flower, August 4, 2011
Raising organic chicken is no simple undertaking. Learn what’s involved and how our organic chicken suppliers raise their birds.
By Frances Flower, July 7, 2011
Miyun Park, Executive Director of Global Animal Partnerships, shares how their 5-Step Animal Welfare Standards are improving the lives of farm animals.