By Paige Schilt, June 14, 2016
You know that stalk of celery that’s gone limp in your crisper? The lettuce or beets or meat you kept meaning to eat? Now imagine all the limp celery in all the fridges across the country. About one-third of the world’s food is lost or wasted before it can be consumed, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. That’s not just food going to waste. The land, labor, water and energy used to grow, transport and prepare that food is wasted, too. As the National Resources Defense Council puts it: “Wasting food wastes everything.”
By Whole Story Editors, June 10, 2016
Filmmaker John Papola and his wife Lisa, in partnership with Whole Foods Market and the Humane Society of the U.S., explore America’s farms in the new documentary At the Fork.
By Whole Story Editors, June 8, 2016
We are thrilled to ask Kirsty Coventry, one of the world’s highest achieving female swimmers and one of Africa’s most successful athletes, about all things food and fitness. Kirsty hails from and swims for Zimbabwe and lives and trains in North Carolina.
By Kate Rowe, June 7, 2016
Say summer, and my mind goes straight to outdoor grilling and enjoying glorious warm-weather produce. And while we’re still at the beginning of the summer, now’s the moment to make sure you have the best tools for making the most of these peak-season flavors that we anticipate so eagerly. Whole Foods Market is thrilled to partner with kitchenware pros Sur La Table to bring you the scoop on essential summer tools.
By Phil West, June 2, 2016
We’re thrilled to partner with soccer champion Carli Lloyd to talk all things food, fitness and fun. We recently quizzed the athlete on her nutrition before and after her workouts, be they practice sessions or 90-minute soccer games.
By Whole Story Editors, May 28, 2016
We are thrilled to ask Kirsty Coventry, one of the world’s highest achieving female swimmers and one of Africa’s most successful athletes, about her day-to-day eating and shopping routines, her favorite foods, and who she’d invite over for dinner if she could.
By Whole Story Editors, May 19, 2016
Discover the soccer champion’s favorite midnight snack, the five things most often in her basket, and who she’d invite over for dinner.
By Kate Rowe, March 24, 2016
By Modern Farmer, March 19, 2016
Even if it’s still too early to put spinach in the ground, now is a great time for building raised beds. Jack Algiere, the vegetable farm manager from Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, has these words of wisdom.
By Modern Farmer, March 5, 2016
Wondering how to create a wow-worthy garden without barely spending a dime? Here are tips from an expert on how to scavenge, barter and borrow, and what to build-from-scratch and grow yourself.