If you recently bought Imported Organic Raw Almonds (bitter almonds) from Whole Foods, read on for the almond recall information.
Whole Foods Market is rolling out a new produce rating system to promote sustainable farming practices. How much does it really mean? You be the judge.
Bunny rabbits are so cute, soft, cuddly…delicious? That’s apparently what Whole Foods customers think —and the chain has begun selling rabbit meat.
Since 2007 Whole Foods Market has loaned $10 million to local food producers like Austin’s Texas Pie Company. Yesterday they committed another $15 million. Good news indeed.
It’s the cooking season and these three free cooking apps are here to help with ideas and instructions for appetizers, main dishes, and desserts – lots of desserts.
Whole Foods Market is on its way to provide major transparency into the produce and flowers it sells by launching a tiered labeling system. Learn more.
What if there were a mobile app that helped you live greener and save money, all while helping alleviate global poverty? Check out Whole Planet Foundation’s Make Change, Not Waste app.
Have you bought your 2014 calendars yet? If not, Whole Planet Foundation, a nonprofit established by Whole Foods Market, wants to help. Hint: It’s a deal!
Worldwide, almost 13 billion wine corks are produced each year. But how many are recycled? Here’s why you should love cork and how you can give it new life.
On April 1st, Whole Foods Market announced its intent to partner with Gotham Greens to create a commercial-scale rooftop greenhouse on top of its new Brooklyn store — the first such farm of its type to be integrated with a large retail grocer.
This month, PBS KIDS® and Whole Foods Market® announced a campaign and set of online resources dedicated to helping families learn to explore organic foods: Fantastic Organic. The Fantastic Organic [ … ]
Austin, Texas is a vegan food mecca! The real problem here is choosing which amazing vegan food to eat when you’re just passing through!
Whole Foods has announced they will stop selling red-rated seafood by Earth Day (April 22). Seafood is given a red rating by the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Blue Ocean Institute if the species is being overfished or if the method used to catch that species harms other sea life or habitats.