By Elizabeth Smith, April 10, 2014
Half-eaten chocolate bunnies and untouched stale neon marshmallows are not signs of a successful Easter basket.
By Liz Burkhart, April 8, 2014
Looking to add a little variety to your Passover meals this year? We have a variety of delicious new kosher options that you can’t find anywhere else — from yogurt and granola to tomato sauce and olive oil.
By Paige Schilt, March 27, 2014
I live in Austin, Texas, where spring smells like…grape soda.
The Sophora secundiflora or Texas mountain laurel, is a popular native shrub whose flowers smell exactly like the Grape Nehi my grandpa used to drink. In my neighborhood, their sweet scent is a surefire sign that spring has arrived.
By Paige Schilt, March 26, 2014
At Whole Foods Market, we believe shoppers have a right to know exactly which ingredients are in the products that touch their lives, including their cleaning products. That’s why we created the Eco-Scale® Rating System.
By Kate Rowe, February 24, 2014
Sherry, meanwhile, is a gentler vinegar, and a little more sophisticated and nuanced in its flavor profile. Because it’s so well rounded, I find it to be very versatile and compatible with many types of dishes and cuisines.
By Molly Siegler, February 17, 2014
Sriracha, the garlicky, chile paste, is just vinegary enough to brighten-up anything while still adding plenty of heat. Sriracha on eggs is outstanding, but it can do so much more than that.
By Elizabeth Smith, February 12, 2014
From Wednesday, February 12 to Tuesday, February 25, for every 120 cartons of Smooth Move tea sold, Traditional Medicinals will purchase 1 bicycle to enable children to make the long bike ride through the Thar Desert to school.
By Elizabeth Smith, February 5, 2014
Here are a few of the goodies we’re eating, drinking and recommending this month.
By Alana Sugar, January 6, 2014
Greek yogurt is smooth, thick and decadently creamy. Try it in one of these 15 ways.
By Elizabeth Smith, December 29, 2013
Does your to-do list include getting in your daily greens?