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We’re More Than Food: New York City

Cooking for One: Fall Produce

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Welcome Fall With The Whole Deal

Fall into Organics: Red Grapes

Harvesting Mystery Pumpkins

Hear Indie Band Guster’s Easy Wonderful

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Wise Up with Walnuts

Top Honors from Cooking Light’s 2010 Taste Test Awards

Read on for a chance to tell us which products meet your personal taste test and you might win a year’s subscription to Cooking Light.

Two Brothers Brewery

Two Brothers Brewery Jason and Jim Ebel Warrenville, IL Beer lovers by nature, the Ebel brothers’ passion for creating beer were bolstered by a “beer adventure” in Europe. The trip helped the two brothers hone in their love for how beer is created – and celebrated. They wanted to bring those same qualities to America, where beer is still considered “that yellow, fizzy stuff.” The Ebel brothers prefer to focus not only on the quality of the beer, but on helping people realize that they’re getting a family owned company that is very concerned about the community.

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Many Hands: Family Music for Haiti

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Family Meal Ideas for Four

Home Stretch on Salad Bar Project

Try Tofu

Enright Park Community Garden

Happy Birthday Wishes

Appreciation goes to these great vendor partners for taking the time to record video birthday messages to us. We are feeling really special on this most special day — our big 3-0! From Transfair:
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Good Food for One or Two

The Search for Non-Styrofoam Trays

Jim is our Store Supplies and Services Specialist for Whole Foods Market's Rocky Mountain Region.
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Ineeka Tea

Ineeka Tea Chicago, IL Ineeka Tea takes pride in being the only North American tea company that is vertically integrated. With upwards of 25,000 people living and working on their 12 farms, spanning 15,000 acres, they also consider themselves the largest biodynamic community in the world. Every person living and working on their farms receives free housing, medical care, electricity, utilities and mandatory education for children. This focus has created a model never really seen before in the agricultural community.

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Let's Celebrate! New 30th Birthday Products

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Celebrate Oktoberfest

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Putumayo Presents: Yoga

Thanks to Sean Johnson, Founder of Wild Lotus Yoga studio in New Orleans, who collaborated closely with Putumayo on this project and provided this blog post.

New Wild-Caught Seafood Sustainability Ratings

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Peak Produce: Summer into Fall

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Exclusive Interview: Ray Lamontagne and the Pariah Dogs

Thanks to Jimmy Dunne, President of Inspire - a music and branding company partnering on music initiatives with Whole Foods Market - for providing this blog post.

Birthday Party on a Budget

Crunchy Granola

Ever Been to Texas?

Around here, everyone is getting excited about our 30th birthday, including the 30 winners of our "A Heart as Big as Texas" essay contest. These winners, joined by a guest, will be treated to a VIP culinary weekend event in Austin provided by Whole Foods Market and our anniversary partners, Texas Tourism, JetBlue Airways and the Radisson Austin.
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Amazing Salad Bar Project Update

Let's Celebrate: Vendors That Give Back

One of our seven Core Values is "Caring about our Communities and our Environment" and we embody that Core Value by doing our part to lessen our impact on the environment, and by giving back to the communities where we do business. In honor of this Core Value, we'd like to give a "shout out" to a few of our vendor suppliers who created products especially for our 30th birthday, with portions of the sales donated to organizations and foundations supporting the health and well-being of our greater global community!

Star Valley Flowers

Star Valley Flowers John Zehrer and Phil Mueller Star Valley, WI One source of pride for Star Valley Flowers is that they harvest and cut fresh flowers all year– even during the cold, snowy months – without the use of a greenhouse. Star Valley reduces its carbon footprint by foregoing the use of greenhouses. Not only is their environmental impact important, so is a customer’s reaction to their flowers. They hope customers consider their flowers to be interesting, long lasting, traceable, and cared for along the way by somebody who loves flowers.

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Let's Celebrate our Whole Body

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30th Birthday Trip: Winning Entries

Leading the Green Packaging Charge

Learn to Cook: Simple Pesto

The Tender Story of Icelandic Lamb

Icelandic lamb is a wonderfully flavorful, exceptionally lean meat from animals raised with no antibiotics, ever and no added hormones. Pesticides and herbicides are seldom used in Iceland where the climate naturally protects the land. All in all, Icelandic lambs are amazingly robust and live in an idyllic, geographically isolated country' whose strict agriculture regulations protect the integrity of the lamb you are buying.

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Essential Fats for Children’s Health

As their name suggests, essential fatty acids (EFAs) are a critical component of children’s health. Learn why, where to find them, the difference between omega-3s and omega-6s, and how to easily incorporate them into your child’s diet. Dr. Marie Rodriguez is a licensed naturopathic physician who uses nutritional counseling, herbal medicine, homeopathy and energy medicine to treat the whole person.

We're Turning 30!

Beets are Unbeatable

NEW Whole Trade Costa Rican Lilies

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Setting Positive Eating Habits for Kids & Teens

The Weepies: An Exclusive Interview and First Listen

Thanks to Jimmy Dunne, President of Inspire - a music and branding company partnering on music initiatives with Whole Foods Market - for providing this blog post.

Cooking in a College Apartment

Make Dinnertime Dynamic

Grass-fed Beef: Rancher Spotlight 3

Apply for a Free School Salad Bar