June 17, 2013 - Whole Foods Market one-day sale: wild Alaska Sockeye salmon
Whole Foods Market co-CEO Walter Robb shares his thoughts on the recent team member language incident in New Mexico by writing a blog posting today on the company’s website.
June 14, 2013 - This is what your grocery store looks like without honeybees.
To raise awareness of just how crucial pollinators are to our food system, the University Heights Whole Foods Market store removed all produce that comes from plants dependent on honeybees and other pollinators.
June 12, 2013 - Flash Sale TODAY: Scoop up the savings with 20 percent off in Whole Foods Market®‘s bulk department
Whole Foods Market shoppers can stock up on bulk items for a steal during today’s flash sale from 4 to 8 p.m. local time. The sale includes 20 percent off all grocery bulk items (flours, nuts, grains, cereals, dried fruits, nut butters, oils, vinegars, salts, trail mixes, seasonings and more).
At Whole Foods Market, we do not have “no foreign languages spoken” policies in any of our stores. Our policy is that the default language is English, for consistent communication, inclusion, and especially for safety and emergency situations. We want our team members to use their judgment about when it’s appropriate to speak other languages. We are proud of our multilingual team members and try to work with customers in other languages whenever needed!
In this month’s issue, Dark Rye showcases the city of Detroit in support of Whole Foods Market’s® historic Detroit opening on June 5.
June 5, 2013 - Whole Foods Market® revs up to open in Motor City
Whole Foods Market opens a 21,506-square-foot store today in Detroit at the intersection of John R. Street and Mack Avenue. The company has been looking to open a store in Detroit for several years, an interest spurred by growth in urban farming, food artisans and local producers.
May 28, 2013 - Whole Foods Market® celebrates Hemp History Week June 3-9
Whole Foods Market is celebrating Hemp History Week June 3-9 by spotlighting more than 300 hemp products, ranging from non-dairy milks and cereals to soaps and supplements.
Whole Foods Market toasts warm summer fun with a hot lineup of Top 10 Summer Wines – all bargain priced under $16 – that are perfect for backyard grilling and sipping poolside.
To recognize farmers and ranchers that raise animals with respect, Whole Foods Market is celebrating May 20-27 as Animal Welfare Week.
In celebration of World Fair Trade Day on May 11, Whole Foods Market is featuring its wide array of fair trade certified products with a sale this coming weekend from Friday, May 10 to Sunday, May 12. The natural and organic grocer will be offering discounts (of up to 25 percent) and bundle deals on more than 185 fair trade certified items, with a focus on fully-dedicated products – products that source all possible ingredients as fair trade.
Whole Foods Market recognized the winners of its 2013 Supplier Awards, spotlighting natural and organic suppliers who best exemplify the grocer’s mission and core values.
May 7, 2013 - Dark Rye wins James Beard award for Group Food Blog
Dark Rye, an online magazine from Whole Foods Market, won best Group Food Blog at the James Beard Foundation’s Book, Broadcast & Journalism Awards in New York City on May 3.
May 1, 2013 - Find a new ritual in this month’s issue of Dark Rye
Dark Rye, an online magazine from Whole Foods Market, is spotlighting “Ritual” in this month’s issue.
April 29, 2013 - Whole Kids Foundation™ updates Awesome Eats™ mobile app with new composting and recycling levels
With more than 1.8 million downloads in nearly 200 countries since its launch in April 2012, Awesome Eats now features 16 new levels of fun to help teach children that recycling and composting are just as important as healthy eating. New updates to the free mobile app from Whole Kids Foundation offer fun facts and tips to help teach families to learn to reduce, reuse and recycle together.
April 25, 2013 - Whole Foods Market® supports “Yes on 522” Campaign in its push toward full GMO transparency with a grassroots education effort in Washington state called “Will Vote for Food”
Whole Foods Market today announced its support of Yes on 522, the campaign to label genetically modified foods by launching a grassroots effort called, Will Vote for Food (www.WillVoteforFood.com) to engage consumers and build support of the ballot initiative.
April 22, 2013 - Re-charge your batteries this Earth Month
Whole Foods Market continues its journey this month to encourage Earthlings – or humans inspired by the earth’s beauty and bounty – to contribute to and be inspired by EarthlingMonth.com, a real-time snapshot of the planet’s beauty and bounty with a new lifestyle theme each week. This week’s celebration is focused on energy.
April 22, 2013 - Whey to go: Whole Foods Market® cracks Parmigiano Reggiano Guinness World Records® Title
Whole Foods Market reclaimed the Guinness World Records title for the most Parmigiano Reggiano wheels simultaneously cracked.
April 18, 2013 - Weekend Sale: Non-GMO verified products featured this weekend
Whole Foods Market is promoting its large array of Non-GMO Project Verified products with a sale this coming weekend, Friday, April 19 to Sunday, April 21. The retailer will be offering discounts and bundle deals on more than 900 Non-GMO Project Verified items from more than 70 brands across the store.
April 17, 2013 - A-peeling opportunity for shoppers—win a trip to Costa Rica
To celebrate Earth Month, Whole Foods Market is giving away two trips for two to the vibrant, tropical campus of EARTH University, a nonprofit university in Costa Rica that also grows bananas for Whole Foods Market.
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