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Plans For a West Seattle Whole Foods Have Been Indefinitely Delayed

18 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Ana Sofia Knauf Spencer Platt / Getty Sounds like West Seattle won't be getting their store full of overpriced produce and organic everything any time soon. Whole Foods representatives announced yesterday that they will "delay indefinitely”...Show More Summary

Industry Analysts Say Whole Foods’ Traffic Declines Are ‘Staggering’

It’s hemorrhaging millions of customers to the competition, which now even includes Kroger.

Shoppers Appear to Be Ditching Whole Foods for the Organic Food at ... Kroger?

This post originally appeared in Business Insider. Whole Foods is losing millions of customers to what was once an unthinkable threat: Kroger. The organic-food chain has lost as many as 14 million customers in the past six quarters, according to Barclays analyst Karen Short. Show More Summary

Whole Foods is losing at its own game (WFM)

It wasn't too long ago that John Mackey was considered a pioneer. The Whole Foods CEO was at the forefront of a new movement in organic produce when he opened his first store in 1980 and went on to create the largest organic supermarket...Show More Summary

Boiled eggs - yes, eggs - are the latest beauty trick

Lately we've seen just about every household object turned into a makeshift beauty blender, from condoms to kitchen sponges. But, one beauty blogger has taken things to a whole new level by bringing food into the equation by using aShow More Summary

Love Canned Tuna? More Grocers Want To Make Sure It Was Caught Responsibly

Whole Foods this month became the latest retailer to adopt a policy to ensure the canned tuna it sells is caught with methods that don't decimate fish stocks or trap other animals.

New Whole Foods Lakeview opens with poutine bar, mochi ice cream, free Ms. Pac Man

The new Whole Foods Market in Lakeview opens Wednesday at 9 a.m. after a “bread breaking ceremony,” a company tradition, said store spokesperson Allison Phelps, during my preivew tour on Tuesday. Instead of ribbon and giant scissors, store team members will hand-tear a nearly 5-foot-long golden,...

The Best New Whole Foods Snacks of the Year, So Far

Keeping up with the best new snacks of the year is no easy feat, but we're always up for a challenge involving snacking. Once you throw Whole Foods into the mix, we're talking about a seriously tasty list of products to check off your grocery list. Show More Summary

Afternoon Coffee: Whole Foods Tightens Tuna Sourcing, VW’s New Cloud-Based Truck Ecosystem

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News Whole Foods is holding itself to a higher bar when it comes to sourcing tuna. The natural foods supermarket chain released new tuna sourcing guidelines, which require suppliers to use software that tracks the tuna supply chain from vessel to can, monitoring for any unauthorized fishing. Show More Summary

Organic grocer Sprouts could spark a food fight

With Albertsons already said to be in takeover talks, Kroger and possibly Whole Foods may join the fray

What New York Chinese Dining Has That Los Angeles Doesn’t

As a whole, Los Angeles’s Chinese food scene surpassed New York’s over 20 years ago and continues to pull away. However, you’ll find some things Chinese food-wise in New York that simply don’t exist in Los Angeles, including these four …..Continue Reading "What New York Chinese Dining Has That Los Angeles Doesn’t" originally published on The Menuism Dining Blog.

Unforeseen impacts of the fair trade movement

Fair trade certified coffee is the kind of phrase that sounds good on a Whole Foods shelf, the type of marketing that merges first world affluence with third world resource. For the average consumer, it implies fairness in labor and wealth, the idea that small producers profit directly from the products and goods they produce.

Malibu Farm's Helene Henderson Hosts Sixth Annual Slow Food Miami Snail of Approval Party

Miami has come into its own when it comes to cleaner eating. With restaurants like Grown and Dirt opening and juice bars like Jugofresh expanding into Whole Foods Markets, it's become increasingly easier for everyone to eat local, fresh foods.

npr: This month, I ventured to ask the man behind the counter at...

npr: This month, I ventured to ask the man behind the counter at a Whole Foods Market what kind of shrimp he was selling. “I don’t know,” he replied. “I think they’re just normal shrimp.” I glanced at the sustainable seafood guide on my phone. Show More Summary

The Scary Reason Whole Foods Has Recalled Some of Its Cheeses

If shopping for fancy cheeses at Whole Foods is one of your favorite pastimes, there are a couple cheeses you'll want to avoid because of a recall issued by the store. Last year, Whole Foods recalled Maytag Blue Cheese because of possible...Show More Summary

Poor New Yorkers don't need fancy stores and bike rentals

Re "When a new supermarket, Citi Bike and affordable housing are 'too nice' for a community": Perhaps you’ve heard the cheeky slang nickname for Whole Foods—“Whole Paycheck.”... To view the full story, click the title link.

D.C. Whole Foods closes for renovation after problem with rodents

“We will be remodeling … to offer our customers a fresh, new shopping experience,” a spokeswoman said.

Hudson Yards will be getting a Whole Foods

It's official: Whole Foods is coming to Hudson Yards. Brookfield Property Partners announced that the upscale grocery chain has signed a 60,000-square-foot lease at 5 Manhattan West, according to the... To view the full story, click the title link.

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