What Are the Pros and Cons of Whole Foods?

Some say eating whole foods is an entire lifestyle. It’s not just about eating raw foods or eating unprocessed meals. It is about so much more. It’s about bringing environmentally-conscious reusable tote bags to pack your groceries in; it’s about riding your bike instead of driving to work; it’s about dyeing your hair with henna rather than chemicals; it’s about wearing clothes made of hemp; it’s about solar panels, reducing our carbon footprint and backyard composting. Others say the offerings at Whole Foods Market stores are overpriced and overrated.

There are many benefits to eating whole and natural foods. As Whole Foods Market chairman John Mackey says, “There’s no inherent reason why business cannot be ethical, socially responsible, and profitable.” Shoppers can pat themselves on the back for helping the small organic farmer in America, versus foreign workers across the country.

Those who shop specifically at the Whole Foods stores can also feel good knowing that the lowest…

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