There's a whole lot to love
about living in the Atlanta area, including realizing there are a whole lot of Whole Foods Market
around the metro area. Eight, to be exact, all ready to
top your winter "explore the great indoors" activity list. As pointed
out in the article "Seven Fascinating Things You May Not Know about WholeFoods,"
savvy shoppers find shopping at Whole Foods Market can lead to a healthier
table without devouring their grocery budget. For starters, their website
offers a bulk bin of information covering healthy living, menu ideas and
recipes, plus money-saving coupons, tips and specials in The Whole Dealguide. Check it out, especially the core valuespage. And you'll find
savings add up when you buy the Whole Foods Market 365 Everyday Value products.
These folks are animal friendly, there's no place for added hormones,
antibiotics or growth enhancers in their meats and seafood. Hormone-free bears
repeating, all around the store. "Artificial" anythings (colors,
flavors, etc.) are no-nosacross the aisles as well,
from meats and dairy products to shelf goods. Whole Foods Market's non-GMO
labeling project was a first for retailers, putting "non-GMO" right
out there on labels to enlighten consumers' choice making. The labeling project
now covers more than 3,300 non-GMO verified products in Whole Foods stores. The
money you spend at Whole Foods Market comes back to the community in donations
and support for local causes. Where does Whole Foods Market fit in our
lifestyle game plan? Whole, in one.