By Lindsay Robison, October 14, 2016
Finding the siren call of Halloween candy difficult to resist? At Whole Foods Market, there’s no need. All of the candies we sell live up to the same food quality standards you’ll find in the rest of the store, including no hydrogenated fats or artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or sweeteners. Enjoy these picks this season — they’re so good it’s spooky.
By Molly Siegler, September 29, 2016
By Alana Sugar, October 23, 2012
Whether you roast your own or purchase a bag full, try these recipes and tips for getting creative with pumpkin seeds.
By Allison Burch, October 16, 2012
Trick or Treat!
By Megan Myers, October 14, 2012
If Labor Day marks the end of summer, Halloween kicks off the holiday party season. In our house, with a spunky five-year old, we love dressing up in costumes all year long. So when Halloween comes around, the only problem is deciding what to wear – every day my son comes up with a new idea for his trick-or-treat outfit!
By Allison Burch, October 10, 2011
These Halloween treats are your secret weapon to fend off sugar-crazed kids without falling victim to the really scary stuff — hydrogenated fats, artificial preservatives and colors.
By Alana Sugar, October 25, 2010
Packed with protein, zinc, iron and antioxidants, these little green guys are the perfect garnish. From soups to pasta and more, add their sweet flavor and fun crunch to your fall meals.
By Allison Burch, October 10, 2010
Trick or Treat! To many of us, those words are terrifying. Not because of the all those ghosts and goblins wandering around. It’s because of the shocking amount of candy in our midst. All those horrifyingly unnatural artificial colors and flavors and all those preservatives better suited for a mummy than a mommy.
By James Parker, September 28, 2010
September is an overlap month in the world of vegetables. Tomatoes, squash, corn and other summer vegetables are still available in abundance and while most of these are still quite good, the cool fall evenings and crisp mornings bring with them that familiar tug in my tummy to the hardier greens and roots of fall.
By James Parker, October 13, 2009