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Whole Foods Market® among top ‘20 Great Places to Work in Retail’

Whole Foods Market ranked No. 14 on the second annual Great Place to Work® Great Rated!™ “People’s Pick: 20 Great Places to Work in Retail” list. The top 20 companies were selected based on the average scores of nearly 20,000 employees, who were surveyed using the Trust Index©, Great Place to Work's employee assessment survey.   On the survey, team members reported that they are attracted to Whole Foods Market’s “convivial workforce, community involvement and dedication to putting healthy, high-quality food on the American table.”  Wage transparency, team member…

Whole Foods Market named a finalist for Sustainable Beauty Award

Organic Monitor has named Whole Foods Market as a finalist for the “Sustainable Leadership Award” in the 2014 Sustainable Beauty Awards. The award is given to an organization that displays overall leadership in sustainability. Other companies short-listed for the Sustainable Leadership Award include Aveda, Jurlique International and Yves Rocher. This is the first time Whole Foods Market has been nominated for a Sustainable Beauty Award. Winners will be announced at a ceremony on Nov. 24 in Paris.

Engine 2® program director among ‘Top Women in Store Brands’

(Nov. 17, 2014) – Women Impacting Storebrand Excellence (WISE) and Store Brands Magazine named Dani Little, R.D., Engine 2 program director at Whole Foods Market, one of  2014’s Top Women in Store Brands, giving her the Sparkplug Award for her work in developing the company’s exclusive plant-strong food line. Little was honored at a Nov. 16 awards ceremony in Rosemont, Illinois, for her commitment to the Engine 2 Plant-Strong® brand, as well as her work in product development, packaging design and Engine 2 program development.  The Top Women in Store Brands recognition program was created by WISE and…

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Jeannine D’Addario: Global Vice President of Marketing & Communications

Jeannine D’Addario is a seasoned marketing and communications leader with broad leadership experience across multiple brands and products. She joined Whole Foods Market in 2014 and is responsible for all of Whole Foods Market’s marketing, advertising and reputation management activities. She is also at the helm of the company’s first national brand campaign. D’Addario joined Whole Foods Market from Stanford Children’s Health (Stanford University), where she served as chief marketing and communications officer. Prior to her tenure at Stanford Children’s Health, D’Addario served as vice president of…

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