Fellow foodies, here’s a question for your conscience: Do you wonder whose hands helped bring your meal to the grocery? As you dollop the farm-fresh goat cheese on top of your micro greens and remove the antibiotic-free tilapia from under the broiler, would you lose your appetite if you found out...
After protests broke out at one of its Texas stores, Whole Foods is taking the offending products—goat cheese and tilapia—off its shelves by April 2016 or sooner.
Wrong, say 5/5 experts. All of our experts are ready to order, and they’d all like a crumbing of goat cheese on the salad, please. We know nutrition isn’t the first thing on your mind when you spread creamy, tangy goat cheese on a hot piece of toast. But though it is indulgent, it’s not…
Whole Foods has sourced goat cheese and tilapia from farms that employ inmates through Colorado Correctional Industries. Critics say it's exploitative because the inmates are paid so little.
Good news, or something: Whole Foods will stop selling goat cheese and tilapia made with prison labor. This news comes after their price-gouging scandal and recent announcement that they’re fire 1,500 staffers in an attempt to lower their prices. Read more...
Whole Foods has been selling tilapia and goat cheese produced by prisoners since 2011.
Tilapia, too. That log of pricey goat cheese you recently bought at Whole Foods might have been made by an incarcerated American who was paid meager wages. However, the grocer has declared it will now no longer carry such products. The...Show More Summary
After a protest at one of its Texas stores, Whole Foods says it will no longer sell products made using a prison labor program. The company has sold tilapia and goat cheese produced through a Colorado inmate program at some stores since 2011, and now plans to have the products out of stores by April 2016 or sooner. A prison …
Grocery chain has sold tilapia and goat cheese produced through a Colorado inmate program since at least 2011
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Credit: The Original Chèvre The first time I went to Paris I discovered a tiny little cheese shop that I swear was dedicated 100% to goat cheese. There were goat cheeses of all sizes and shapes, some with rinds others covered in ash and others wrapped in leaves. Show More Summary
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When I first met author W. Bruce Cameron, I spit goat cheese all over him. Now, in case, you weren't 100% sure, this is not something people generally do in fashionable social circles, at least in our country, and certainly not when they're trying to make a good impression on a famous writer. Show More Summary
While we consumers have grown accustomed to milk from animals besides cows being used to make cheese — like sheep’s milk cheese and goat cheese — there’s something a bit… different about pig’s milk cheese. Which is in fact, a thing. It’s unlikely find pig cheese at your local grocery store, but one pig farmer in the Netherlands is at … [More]
This Canadian-inspired poutine gets a Texas makeover with stewed goat, Red Eye gravy, mounds of cheese, and a poached egg.
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There's not really much to this simple but excellent dish: perfect figs, a little salty aged goat cheese for contrast, some Marcona almonds for crunch, and a drizzle of Mike's Hot Honey. A little olive oil and salt and a few random herbs from the garden finish it off.