Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Princeton, NJ going big for the holidays!








Santa Clara's CS TL gives thanks!

Santa Clara's CS TL Noel Galano has inspired us in a big way! He took the time to write out personal thank you notes to all of his 50 + team members. Thank you Noel for showing us how it’s done!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Thanksgiving Giveaway w/ The Forum, City of Inglewood, LA RAMS & Snoop Dogg

Thanks to Maddie Eickhoff, Metro Marketing for the following post. 
We are so grateful for the team members from WFM Venice & WFM Playa Vista to come out and volunteer at the Thanksgiving Giveaway. We handed out 1,000 bags of holiday food and turkeys to the City of Inglewood!!!
 The community was so thankful!
Had the great opportunity to serve a community alongside the Mayor and Snoop DOGG!
Huge thank you to all the team members for coming out during such a busy week with the holidays! They all came with such great attitudes and being such hard workers!!! #Proud!


Monday, November 14, 2016

First Silverlake Golden Ticket Winner

Today we had our very first lucky TM! He found a golden ticket inside of the RFG cut fruit! He will be rewarded with $20 for his luck and hard work.

Thanks for all you do David! Maybe you can be the next golden ticket winner if you try hard enough!



Wednesday, November 9, 2016

If You Want to Help Protect Bees From Deadly Pesticides, Here Are the Grocery Stores to Avoid (Huffington Post)

Most big grocery chains are still sourcing food grown with pollinator-killing chemicals. 


Before your next trip to the supermarket, grab your shopping list and Friends of the Earth’s new scorecard to see where your go-to grocery store stands in the fight to protect bees and the environment.
Bees and other pollinators are essential to many of the most nutritious and delicious foods on grocery store shelves. They pollinate one-in-three bites of food, from strawberries and broccoli to almonds. Globally, between $235 billion and $577 billionworth of annual global food production relies on direct contributions by pollinators. Read more here at Huffingtonpost.com.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Team Members Favorite Ways to Save at WFM

Whole Foods is jokingly referred to as Whole Paycheck -- often by the same jokesters who still think it's clever to call Target Tar-jay. It ain't. It's also untrue, as there are tons of bargains in Whole Foods if you know where to look. That's why we spoke to Whole Foods team members from across the country to steer us towards the top bargains in the store. Follow their lead and you'll have plenty of money left over from grocery shopping to buy stylish threads at Tar-jay.

Tiny amounts of food from the salad bar 

"When I need small amounts of fresh veggies or nuts, I always look to the salad bar to save time and money. Ingredients are pre-washed, pre-chopped, often organic, and I can buy exactly what I need." -- Stephanie McCubbin (Golden, Colorado)

Cheese that's under $5 


"One of the best deals we have is the under-$5 bin in our cheese department, which is a great way to try new cheeses without having to invest first. We update the bin daily. It's good for using in a recipe, or for a more impressive cheese plate. For great value on high-quality cheeses, I always recommend our Robusto Gouda and Seaside cheddar, both of which go on sale often -- they're imported and of fantastic quality." -- Derek McGovern (Scottsdale, Arizona)

Tuesday, November 1, 2016