Grilling season is upon us! Check out Whole Foods Market’s tips for keeping your summer gathering a healthy one.
From rooftop gardens, basement distilleries and artists’ studios to the coasts of California, the streets of Brooklyn and the forests of rural Sweden, Dark Rye tells stories of people crafting a more sustainable, creative and beautiful world.
When you think about the word “conscious,” what words come to mind? Aware? Mindful? Awake? What about “capitalism?” Selfish? Greedy? Unethical? Unfortunately there are plenty of people out there who don’t have a very positive perception of business in general. But what happens when you combine the concept of consciousness with capitalism? John Mackey, Whole Foods Market’s co-founder and co-CEO, along with Raj Sisodia, a business professor and co-founder of the Conscious Capitalism Institute, address that concept in their new book.
Food lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and culture buffs have a new way to connect with worldwide cultures and food traditions: Whole Journeys, a new travel venture from Whole Foods Market.
Deliciously healthful plant-based products pack nutritional punch in the grocery aisle
Did you know that currently, the U.S. government does not mandate full disclosure of ingredients on cleaning products? If you didn’t you’re not alone. According to 2011 Harris Poll, 73% of Americans mistakenly believe that the government requires full ingredient disclosure on cleaning products.
Whole Kids Foundation’s mission is to improve children’s nutrition and wellness with the goal of ending the childhood obesity epidemic. Through partnerships with innovative organizations, schools and educators, the Foundation works to provide children access to healthier choices. Whole Kids Foundation’s key efforts currently include school garden grants, salad bars in schools and nutrition education and inspiration for teachers.
Any food with “organic” on the label is subject to strict standards and enforcement by the Federal government, but personal care products are not. Shoppers however don’t expect a different definition of ‘organic’ from aisle to aisle, and neither do we. So we’ve taken great strides toward ensuring our shoppers that the word “organic” has the same strong meaning in every department of the store.
When Whole Foods Market first opened its doors as a small natural and organic retailer in 1980, local producers were the lifeblood of our business. More than 30 years and 340 stores later, that fact still rings true. We know what it feels like to be a small business with a big vision and understand that local businesses (even those with the highest quality products and a strong business plan) sometimes need a hand to turn their dreams into reality—that’s why Whole Foods Market launched the Local Producer Loan Program. By funding low-interest loans, our goal is to help small producers grow their business and give them a fighting chance in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
Making smart choices for your family at the seafood counter can be a challenge. Our seafood experts can help you determine what’s best for you—and our oceans and rivers.
Devotion to quality is what sets Whole Foods Market produce apart. Our produce teams are chock full of information on the latest food trends, responsible sourcing and tips to keep fruits and vegetables tasting (and looking!) great.
Whether you’re a cheese aficionado or you don’t know goat cheese from gouda, Whole Foods Market has cheese offerings for all. We go beyond big box brokering of cheeses and visit our producers to work together to hand-select the best quality, perfectly ripened cheese for our shoppers. If you need some easy-to-digest cheese plate suggestions, we’ve got them. Looking for an in-depth story on aging? We can set you up with our global cheese buyer, Cathy Strange, who can dish on any cheese topic. Hungry for more? Contact us today to figure out how we can meet your cheese story needs.
How was that animal raised? How was it treated? Where did it come from? Our customers have long been asking for information on the raising practices on the farms and ranches that provide products to our stores. At Whole Foods Market, we are committed providing shoppers with a new depth of information about how farm animals are raised. We believe when shopping for meat, the more you know the better.
People are looking for safer, more natural body care products, but there’s a lot of confusion about what “natural” or “organic” labels actually mean and which ingredients to avoid. At Whole Foods Market, we’ve done our homework in the personal care aisles, and we’re happy to share our answers.
Whole Foods Market, at its core, is dedicated to giving back to the global community. In 2005, we launched Whole Planet Foundation with a mission to empower poor entrepreneurs in developing world communities with an opportunity to lift themselves out of poverty through microcredit. To date, the nonprofit has authorized more than $32 million and committed more than $20 million to through microlending partners in 46 countries (including the U.S.), positively impacting more than a million people worldwide.
When it comes to product innovation, staying ahead of consumer trends and offering shoppers the widest variety of natural and organic products available, Whole Foods Market takes the (organic) cake. No matter their food trip, our customers trust us to meet their lifestyle needs. From high quality organic, vegan, kosher and halal foods to our wide selection of ethically and environmentally responsible choices – Whole Foods Market’s grocery department stocks something for everyone.
Find out more about our Health Starts Here program. We have information on healthy eating, recipes, cooking videos, resources for beginning a healthy eating journey, info from our experts and more. Whether you’re audience is craving guidance how to cook healthier options at home, need a nutritious meal in a hurry or already have the basics down, we’ve got you covered. Contact us today to see how we can provide you with expert resources for stories on healthy eating and cooking.