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The Future of Whole Foods [Future of Retail]

Rehab Studios implements trends from PSFK's Future of Retail to reinvent grocery shopping

Crazy Japanese cannon cooks food in 3 seconds

2 months agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including a baby monkey getting a toothbrush massage, how to remove a Mo-vember mustache and a giant panda playing in the snow. Plus, a Japanese LTE provider gives a whole new meaning to "fast food."

This Company is Changing the Way People Think About GMOs (Hint: It’s Not Whole Foods)

Intelligence Squared held a balanced debate on the use of genetic tools in food production -- and Monsanto's CTO doubled the number of people who think the world is better off with biotech crops.

Wow, the Terms of Service (ToS) You’re Supposed to Read Before Entering Whole Foods on Stanyan is Pretty Lengthy

TweetIMO: Click to expand “Please no shopping into your reusable bags?” Oh, I’ve done that. Didn’t know the term for it. I suppose you’re halfway to being a shoplifter once you start doing that, in the opinion of the (quite large) Whole Foods Security Squadron. What else, oh, follow the rules or you might get […]

Gotham Greens receives “Best” rating from Whole Foods

Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Gotham Greens has received a “Best” rating from Whole Foods Market’s Responsibly Grown Rating System.

Fighting malnutrition with 'stronger' chickpea

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is considered an excellent whole food as source of dietary proteins, carbohydrates, micronutrients and vitamins. It is the world's second most important pulse crop after common bean, and historically is an important daily staple in the diet of millions of people, especially in developing countries. Chickpea is the subject of a new study.

14 Things You Didn't Know About Whole Foods

Whole Foods is growing like crazy. And with plans to open 100 new stores by 2017, we'll be seeing more and more about the organic grocer in the near future. Produced by Alex Kuzoian. Research by Sara Silverstein. Follow BI Video: On YouTube Join the conversation about this story »

Dear Mark: My Primal Investments

Cyber Monday Sweepstakes: Thrive Market, best described as Whole Foods meets Costco online, is giving you a chance to win hundreds of dollars worth of your favorite Primal foods and a free annual membership to their site. Thrive is on a mission to help make healthy living available and affordable to all American families. I’m […]

Wal-Mart's Organic Push Shouldn't Worry Whole Foods

Wal-Mart and Whole Foods serve different types of customers, making Wal-Mart's newest push into organics less of a threat to Whole Foods.

Aveda, Whole Foods Win Sustainable Beauty Awards

Aveda and Whole Foods are among the 2014 Sustainable Beauty Awards winners, presented by Organic Monitor last week. Aveda took home the Sustainability Leadership award for pioneering sustainable raw materials, production, packaging, renewable energy and waste management. Show More Summary

Charlize Theron & Sean Penn Hit The Grocery Store

I wonder if Charlize Theron and Sean Penn had Thanksgiving dinner somewhere else? They must not have leftovers at home. That’s the only reason I can think of that they would be hitting up Whole Foods the weekend after the holiday! RELATED: Charlize Theron plays 20 questions with Marie Claire. Paparazzi caught up with the […]

Holiday Food And Drink Classes

Get ready for the holidays with these festive classes for the whole family. [ more › ]

A Cashier At The Whole Foods I Just Went To Says No One Uses Apple Pay

One of the most high-profile adopters of Apple's new payment service Apple Pay is Whole Foods. A couple of weeks after Apple Pay launched, payments expert Mike Dudas estimated that Apple Pay already accounted for 1% of all Whole Foods...Show More Summary

Weekend Reads

Can Whole Foods Change the Way Poor People Eat? [Slate] Where Robb went to Detroit to bridge the gap in food access between rich and poor, Detroit’s city planners saw Whole Foods as a way to not only serve its longstanding middle class, but to expand it. Show More Summary

The Number Two Bus: First ‘Poo Bus’ Goes Into Service In The UK, Runs On Human Waste

This bus gives the “number two” bus a whole new meaning. The UK made headlines after putting the first bus into service that runs off of human sewage and food waste. The 40-seat airport shuttle bus sometimes referred to as the “poo bus” is located in Britain runs between Bristol Airport and Bath city centre. Show More Summary

News You Can Use

A very well done video from Whole Foods Market on how to carve a turkey. One key point: the meat must not be too dry.

Relaxed Dubai Wedding Inspiration (With a Food Truck!)

You guys might remember a few weeks ago we took a stroll in Dubai with Rebecca Rees of A Thing Like That, and saw a whole new side to the glossy UAE city (and Elizabeth’s new home!). And now, Rebecca is back with an even more romantic vision of Dubai. She’s joined forces with Jessica […]

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