By Jane Johnson, December 14, 2011
What do the words “holiday indulgences” conjure for you? My mind goes to decadent baked goods glistening with glaze and also to weekends spent lazing around in my pajamas, totally ignoring all to-do lists. Whatever holiday indulgence means to you, this is certainly the season to embrace it.
By Jane Johnson, December 10, 2011
It’s no secret that the holidays bring a myriad of parties, feasts and indulgences, leaving you ready for that New Year’s resolution to do it better, bigger, brighter, smarter in the coming year. But first, let’s take a look back and chat about what went right this year.
By Jane Johnson, December 9, 2011
Follow @WholeFoods on Twitter and join in on #WFMdish, our weekly hour-long chats on Thursdays at 6PM CST. Plus we tweet about sales, recipes and more.
By Liz Burkhart, November 16, 2011
Get a L.I.F.E.! This reusable coffee sleeve handmade by Kenyan women helps them earn a living and send their special needs children to school.
By Nikki Newman, October 23, 2011
Nikki, receptionist for Whole Foods Market’s global support office, answers questions all day long! She’s collected a few answers to share with you.
By Teens Turning Green, September 26, 2011
Teens Turning Green is calling on high school and college students to take on a 30-day eco lifestyle challenge. Learn how you can change the world and win prizes.
By Mara Fleishman, September 24, 2011
Want to give someone you love access to healthy food all year long? See why a Whole Foods Market auto-reload gift card could be your best investment.
By Paige Brady, September 16, 2011
Oh yeah, our team members know
how to shop our store! While we weren’t eligible for the Living Social deal that burned up the internet Tuesday, a few of us got a sweet offer of our own.
By Chad Lott, September 16, 2011
If you’re lucky enough be in Northern California’s Bay Area on the 23rd through the 25th, you must visit the Eat Real Festival. You’re appetite will thank you.
By Doug Masiuk, July 5, 2011
Learn how we are supporting diabetic Doug Masiuk in his historic run across the U.S. to educate about healthier living and thwarting this epidemic.