Whole Foods—and you—support the School Food Project.

Via on Aug 31, 2009

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We’ve done a ton of posts on Whole Foods and the School Food Project and Ann Cooper before. So it was nice to see it all come together in 3D, last time I was at my local Whole Foods (ne Wild Oats ne Alfalfa’s) getting my ritual organic chips, organic veggie Amy’s chili, organic salsa, not at all organic almonds or olives, organic overpriced plasti-wrapped Organic Valley cheese, some non-organic but antibiotic-free dog chow and sometimes organic Ben and Jerry’s or Julia or Boulder ice cream…then biking home to West Wing or Curb your Enthusiasm or Mad Men…and/or more of this here blogging stuff.

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  1. [...] been a big fan of Whole Foods and John Mackey for years. I’ve talked with him twice, and he’s agreed to a [...]

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