By Christine O'Connor, February 14, 2015
My mommy motto is “keep it simple.” Mealtime is no different. My son likes carrots, peas and noodles, so let’s make a soup out of that!
By Liz Schnabolk, September 13, 2014
How does your kids’ school lunch program stack up? You have to see it for yourself. Join them in the cafeteria on October 15 for National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day, sponsored by KIWI magazine and the School Nutrition Association.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, September 2, 2014
A kid-friendly lunch doesn't have to be peanut butter and jelly. Not only can foods like fruit and veggie kabobs, salads and veggie and hummus wraps be just as easy to make as a PB&J, you may be surprised by how much kids enjoy these healthier choices.
By Carly Price, August 26, 2014
When you donate to the Whole Kids Foundation® “Growing Healthy Kids” campaign every penny goes directly to help provide school garden and salad bar grants, as well as nutrition and wellness education for teachers. All of these programs further the nonprofit organization’s healthy mission: helping kids eat better and enjoy it.
By Paige Brady, August 25, 2014
Whether you make breakfast from scratch or grab something to heat-n-eat, you can give yourself and your kids a better starting point when you shop with us. That’s because everything meets our standards; standards you won’t find anywhere else. No label reading required.
By Paige Brady, August 11, 2014
Heading back to school is challenging enough without adding the whole “what’s-in-this-stuff-I’m-feeding-my-kid” thing. Let’s be honest: reading labels is a pain.
At Whole Foods Market, we’ve done the homework for you. There are hundreds of ingredients found in food and body care products elsewhere that you will never find here.
By Carly Price, August 9, 2014
Midsummer days seem to linger even longer when the kids are bored. Keep them occupied with these activities packed with fun projects and healthy messages.
By Molly Siegler, August 6, 2014
Getting kids in on the cooking game makes lunchbox assembly lines, weekend breakfast preparations and dinnertime planning so much more fun for kids and parents alike. Tuck these safety tips under your belt to set the stage for a lifetime of cooking together.
By Christine O'Connor, August 4, 2014
For a healthy twist on Grandma’s old recipe, try making these fun nut butter and chia seed faces with the family.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, July 20, 2014
If you’re looking for the best and best-tasting foods, here are 10 tips for healthier back-to-school food choices.