Time for Raspberries

High in antioxidants and dietary fiber, sweet-tart raspberries are equally delicious in salads, desserts, smoothies and more. Try our favorite raspberry recipes.

Whole Trade Haitian Mangoes

We’re celebrating another Whole Trade Haitian mango season here at Whole Foods Market.  These juicy tropical treats will be in most of our stores for a few more weeks, so there’s still time to grab some if you’ve missed them so far.

A small group of us returned to Haiti this April to visit with our partners on the ground and to plan the coming season.  We were amazed at the progress that has been made in the past year and wanted to share the news with you.

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Parsley, the Unsung Herb

Whether you buy it at the market or grow it in your garden, parsley adds a clean, fresh taste to appetizers, soups, sauces and main dishes. Enjoy these creative ways to use parsley.

Memorial Day Peak Picks

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Go Bananas!

Bananas are great on their own, but don’t stop there! You can have a blast cooking with bananas, starting right here with our great ideas.

The First Fruits of Summer

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Mango-licious Recipe Ideas

Sweet, juicy mangoes add tropical sweetness to salads, smoothies, entrées, muffins, desserts and more. Try some on our favorite mango recipes.

Hurry! Whole Trade® Mangoes from Haiti are Here

We’re excited to announce that Whole Trade® Francique mangoes are in season and in stores!

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Perfect Pineapple Dishes

From a morning fruit smoothie to a grilled after dinner dessert, here are 12 of our favorite ways to enjoy pineapples.

Symbols of Spring: Sweet Peas and Artichokes

Spring has lots of wonderful garden surprises. Among them is the brief but fragrant (and colorful) appearance of sweet peas.

The plant in my yard has seen robust growth starting late last year thanks to the mild winter. The first few buds are just starting to emerge, and this marks the start of several exciting changes in my springtime diet.

It’s about the time artichokes and shelling peas start showing up regularly at my local store and farmer’s market.

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