By Dawn McLaughlin, February 10, 2013
Team Member Dawn shares her poignant story of how her life was changed on her trip to meet the people the Whole Trade Guarantee program helps.
By Elizabeth Smith, January 28, 2013
Roses are the tried and true favorite when Valentine’s Day rolls around, but it’s time to put a new twist on this traditional favorite. Choose Whole Trade® roses to show your loved one that you care about them and workers in the developing world.
By Elizabeth Smith, January 4, 2013
Red, orange, yellow or green, organic or conventionally grown, raw or cooked, Whole Trade® bell peppers are an excellent source of vitamin C, a versatile tasty staple and have the power to change lives.
By Diana Westcott, December 18, 2012
You can express your personal style with your holiday bouquet and make it last longer, too!
By Winnie Hsia, October 23, 2012
In Tanzania, our Whole Trade® Guarantee means a “social premium” is paid when Whole Foods Market® purchases chocolate that supports the Tanzania Schoolhouse Project.
By Winnie Hsia, October 16, 2012
The early autumn weather here in Austin has been gorgeous and I’ve loved being able to hang out outside and prep my fall garden. In addition to my usual vegetable beds, I’ve decided to experiment with some lily bulbs.
By Winnie Hsia, October 9, 2012
Little did you know that slicing a banana into your morning cereal or smoothie could help make the world a better place. Anytime you see the Whole Trade® Guarantee on an item, it means that the product meets specific key criteria:
By Winnie Hsia, October 2, 2012
You may have seen the Whole Trade® Guarantee seal on various items in our stores, but you may not be sure what exactly the Whole Trade® Guarantee is. Simply put, this little label is an extension of our core values. Anytime you see the Whole Trade® Guarantee on an item, it means that the product meets key criteria:
By Matt Rogers, May 28, 2012
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.
By Alana Sugar, May 14, 2012
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.