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May 27, 2015 @ Whole Story
Here are a few kid-approved recipes that will boost the flavor and fun of your staycation.
May 6, 2015 @ Whole Story
Even though the official start of summer isn’t for another month, to me Memorial Day means the start of summer, getting together with friends and enjoying the season’s bounty. Here are a few of my favorite tips, ideas and recipes for your Memorial Day gathering.
April 30, 2015 @ Whole Story
Hello summer! Hello adventures! Here are our packing essentials for outdoor meals, day trips and weekend getaways.
April 27, 2015 @ Whole Story
From its sweet and savory dishes and casual kid-friendly atmosphere to its inclusion of cocktails for the adults, I love everything about brunch. As a host, it’s not as overwhelming as organizing a dinner party. You can simply offer the basics (breakfast tacos or bagel sandwiches) with a few twists (fruit compote or flavored butters) and please everyone.
April 23, 2015 @ Whole Story
Whole Foods Market is your one-stop-shop this Mother’s Day for essentials (flowers, perfume, handcrafted cards and candles) and unexpected delights such as a subscription to our wine club.
April 21, 2015 @ Whole Story
Eating outdoors combines two of my favorite things - food and nature. It can elevate even a simple peanut butter sandwich. However with a little planning, you can go beyond the basics with ease.
April 9, 2015 @ Whole Story
Phosphates. Phthalates. Chlorine. The government does not require full disclosure of ingredients on cleaning products, so how can you know what’s in those bottles?
April 8, 2015 @ Whole Story
As an adventurous home chef with a love for experimenting with new recipes and new foods, I’ve had to acquire a sharp set of money-saving skills to get the most out of my budget and my pantry. I’m proud when I use what I have in my kitchen in inventive (and tasty) ways, and happy that Whole Foods Market® can help me. Here are my top 12 ways to minimize food waste.
March 28, 2015 @ Whole Story
Toward the end of a long, cold, grey Midwest winter, nothing brightened our home like pink tulips, yellow daffodils or a mixed bouquet.
March 19, 2015 @ Whole Story
From Seder staples to less traditional (but no less important kosher finds), we work closely with our vendor partners to develop delicious kosher products that meet our strict quality standards meaning they’re free of hydrogenated fats and artificial preservatives, colors and flavors.
March 12, 2015 @ Whole Story
Candy is a part of my family’s baskets but I’d prefer that unnecessary ingredients are not. Here is how I’m building a better Easter basket this year.
March 12, 2015 @ Whole Story
When we buy food for people we love, the ingredient list is often of utmost importance. Shouldn’t we use the same care for the furry friends we love?
March 10, 2015 @ Whole Story
While my Irish ancestors passed along their fair skin, blue eyes and monikers to future generations, their St. Patrick’s Day menu remains a mystery. Because I don’t have a long-standing family tradition, my celebrations have included stews, soups and of course, corned beef and cabbage.
March 5, 2015 @ Whole Story
February 6, 2015 @ Whole Story
What happens when traditional cheesemaking meets dairy-free alternatives? Kite Hill, a new line of fine plant-based cheeses made from pure nut milks (no animal products!), answers that question — deliciously!
January 29, 2015 @ Whole Story
Show you care this Valentine’s Day with fair trade chocolates. When you buy fair trade products, you’re helping to create economic opportunity in the developing world, support community projects and make a difference in the lives of farmers and producers.
January 28, 2015 @ Whole Story
Just when the grey days seem to outnumber the bright ones, Mother Nature brings sunshine back in the form of citrus. Tangerines, grapefruits, mandarins, limes and Meyer lemons are just the start, and delicious recipes options are nearly endless.