Celebrate Health with Celiac Awareness

Alice is the founder and president of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). NFCA’s mission is to raise awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance and improve the quality of life for those living with these conditions.
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Grass-Fed Beef Now Nationwide

We are excited to announce that Whole Foods Market now offers grass-fed and finished beef in all of our 281 stores in the United States.

Let's Respect Farm Animals

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Let's Clear The Air With Each Bite

Let In your opinion, which of these is the most impactful Earth-friendly effort? Take our poll on green efforts and see how your thoughts stack up with others.

Let's Bring Home The Bacon And Ditch The Antibiotics

When you buy beef, what are you concerned about? Take our poll on meat standards and see how your thoughts stack up with others. It’s often easy to forget that the burger, steak or drumstick on your plate was once an animal. How was that animal raised? How was it treated? Where did it come from? What did it eat? What about hormones and antibiotics? Was its growth artificially accelerated to get to market sooner and reduce feed cost?

OMG, Let’s Stop Eating GMOs

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Let’s Choose Growers Who Take the Road Less Traveled

Let What do you love most about local products? Take our poll on locally grown and see how your thoughts stack up with others.

Let's Get More Change With Every Dollar

Surviving The Springtime Fruit Gap

There are lots of things to love about spring but it can be a period of dread in the produce business as we transition from the winter to the summer fruit harvest season. A lot can happen all at once: citrus starts to fade, we start losing variety in hard fruit (apples and pears), and the weather can play havoc on new crop domestic fruit (like berries).

Let's Not Trick Out Our Treats

Let We’re taking a poll and we want to know what you think. What is your favorite natural alternative for sweetness in baked goods?  Take our poll and see how your thoughts stack up with others.

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