By Elizabeth Leader Smith, May 3, 2013
If you’re also on the lookout for products to try, you’ll be happy to know that Whole Foods Market adds many new items to our shelves every month. Dig in to these most recent additions.
By Allison Burch, May 1, 2013
There are three simple essentials to make Mom really happy on Mother’s Day (or any day). As a mom of a three-and-a-half year old ball of boy energy, I know if I get just one of these little gifts I’ll be a happy mama!
By Carly Price, April 25, 2013
Dedicated to deliciousness for all, So Delicious has spent the last 25 years making creamy, non-dairy creations everyone can enjoy, including coconut milk, soymilk and almondmilk frozen desserts, cultured products and beverages. Here’s their story.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, April 11, 2013
Reaching for earth-conscious cleaners doesn’t mean wiping out your savings. We scoured our shelves for the three must-have products with high marks for safety—yours and the planet’s. These hardworking cleaners go from floor to skylights and everything in-between with cash to spare so you can grab a few rolls of 100%-recycled-paper towels.
By Molly Siegler, April 9, 2013
Engine 2’s new frozen grain blends promise to give refrigerator shelves and stockpots everywhere a break with already cooked (and spiced!) blends that heat up in a flash.
By Jody Villecco, April 4, 2013
We believe in full disclosure. As a result, we developed our Eco-Scale™ rating system, meaning we evaluate every ingredient for environmental impact, safety, efficacy, source, labeling and animal testing. Based on audits conducted by a 3rd-party audit agency, the products are rated red, orange, yellow or green on our Eco-Scale™.
By Carly Price, March 31, 2013
Find out how Guayakí brought yerba mate back into the shade and into the international spotlight.
By Carly Price, March 30, 2013
Food allergies never stopped Hilary Brown from enjoying what she eats. In fact, they inspired her to create “The World’s Best Veggie Burger.”
By Carly Price, March 29, 2013
“Uncle” Matt McLean knows just what it takes to get the most flavor out of fruit for his organic juices — and what it doesn’t. Read on to find out how he took the family business back to its organic roots.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, March 29, 2013
My three-year old has picked up the phrase, “that is my favorite and my best” and uses it with a gravity that only someone her age can pull off. Strawberry ice cream, white cats and her sparkly tutu have all recently earned her accolades. As a grocery store that’s in the business of selling the highest quality foods we can find at the most competitive prices possible, our search for quality is a never-ending process. So it’s fair to say that we have a lot of “favorites” and “bests” on every aisle and make it our job to bring in more each month.