By Paige Lansing, August 13, 2010
By Rachael Gruver, February 14, 2010
I work on the team in our Global Headquarters that answers customer emails, calls, and letters sent to our office. As I'm sure you can imagine my job can get hectic at times. However, I recently received this letter from one of our customers. When I opened the letter it brought a moment of pause to my day.
By Paige Brady, December 23, 2009
By Winnie Hsia, May 28, 2009
Comment #350 *
Leela of Morrison, TN
Her favorite festival food is veggie corn dogs with mustard!
By Winnie Hsia, May 20, 2009
What do Bruce Springsteen, bio-diesel generators and Whole Foods Market all have in common? We will all be at Bonnaroo 2009 from June 11th – 14th! Want to be there too? Read on for info about winning tickets!
By Mara Fleishman, May 11, 2009
Wow! We were amazed by the number of entries to our online Mother’s Day contest – 1400+ comments. Thanks to all of you for sharing your product recommendations and mom stories. We loved reading them all! In fact, we couldn’t stop with one $100 gift card winner, so we also have named 5 Honorable Mention winners of a FEED 100 reusable bag.
Hope you all had a very happy Mother’s Day, everyone!
By Paige Brady, April 30, 2009
It's in the job description: moms have to make up all kinds of rules. Some moms are particularly gifted at this part of the job: "Don't run with scissors." Others, not so much: "No whiskey before noon."
By Winnie Hsia, March 30, 2009
Wow! We received nearly 300 comments on our SXSW Food Blogger Bash
post. Thank you to everyone who left us a note; we love hearing from you guys!
And without further ado, the winner of the SXSW Gift Bag Giveaway is... Comment #3 from Michele Pineda!
By Winnie Hsia, March 22, 2009
By Joe Dickson, March 20, 2009
One of the most important things Whole Foods Market does is expressed in our first Core Value: Selling the highest quality natural and organic products available. You'll find that statement on our walls, our website, our brochures, etc. But what do "natural" and "organic" mean, and who sets the definition? I'll start to get into the nitty gritty details of these questions in this post.