By Elizabeth Leader Smith, June 19, 2013
Choosing organic food supports farmers and producers who believe in good health, quality foods and earth-friendly sustainable agricultural practices.
By Courtney Mudge, June 10, 2013
"Wait, what?” – you may ask – “A grocery store can be certified organic?” Yes, it can and we are. Here’s what goes into it.
By Frances Flower, September 6, 2012
While organic produce, and even organic dairy, often gets the glory, I thought it would be good to talk about what makes organic meat and poultry organic.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, August 1, 2012
If you’re looking for the best and best-tasting foods, here are 10 tips for healthier food choices. Consider this your cheat sheet!
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, May 29, 2012
Sweet! There’s just no other way to describe summer’s organic berries ... well, besides juicy, flavorful, perfectly ripe and ready to enjoy right now.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, May 26, 2012
Let’s get to the root and heart of the matter – people and the planet. Here are five simple reasons that I (and many others) reach for organics.
By Rachael Gruver, March 15, 2012
Let’s put a rest to some rumors!
I answer customer questions here at Whole Foods Market. Lately we’ve been hearing from a lot of customers who’ve seen a news story about our frozen vegetables coming from China. It’s actually an inaccurate four year-old news story that has resurfaced and is making its way around the internet again. I‘m posting here in the hopes of setting the record straight.
The story, which first aired on ABC affiliate WJLA in 2008, paints the picture that organics from China are not possible.
This is simply not true.
By Libba Letton, February 2, 2012
Stop the insanity! I help with customer inquiries here at Whole Foods Market and we’ve been hearing some wild, off-base stories from folks around the country lately.
For brevity’s sake, I’m going to list them here in hopes of dispelling these rumors.
Rumor No. 1: Whole Foods Market has been bought by Monsanto. No! What crazy talk! We’ve never had any affiliation with that company. We are publicly traded; our majority shareholders are listed in documents filed with the SEC and, I promise, Monsanto is not on the list and never has been.
By Courtney Mudge, September 28, 2011
Find out what it means for a grocery store to be “certified organic” and why it’s so important to maintain organic integrity from seed to shopping cart.
By Allison Burch, September 27, 2011
Here are just a few of the many organic grocery products that line our store shelves and give you all the more reason to fall in love with organics this month.