Here's some great info who is right mercola or this other person with Whole Foods it makes you question everything and makes you the consumer need to realize what is happening how one person says one thing and others say differently.. Make sure you get the real facts make sure you don't read and say yes and do.. Take your health in your own hands and read packages, call companies and find out the details necessary to live and eat and train healthy.. get the best and be careful where your information comes from it may be right to a degree though it may not.. you decide, it's your mind and it's your health so you make the best decision or hire and consult with people who do know the facts.
Unlike Whole Foods which allows their purchasers at each store to hand select local products to feature, Trader Joes doesn’t purchase locally at all. Trader Joes is only able to offer such low pricing because the cut out the middleman and all branding cost that are associated with launching a product. Sprouts is cheap because they cut cost in their branding and do not focus on the customer experience like Whole Foods does. They also don’t do half the consumer education that Whole Foods does or spend near as much money to train and pay their employees. I was upset when Whole Foods bought Wild Oats, and I love TJ’s and Sprouts but Whole Foods is not their nemesis. It was one of the first stores to bring organic and natural foods to people across the country and stores like Sprouts would not have gained the popularity they did without Whole Foods drawing so much attention to organic and natural foods. Because of their mission to support smaller companies through regional purchasing (which hardly any other grocery stores do), Whole Foods has made it possible for many organic and natural products to survive and thrive and be enjoyed by us all. WF’s will likely help our friends at Laughing Giraffe grow, and as more organic companies flourish that means more land will be converted to organic agriculture and less toxic pesticides will enter our land, water supplies--and ultimately our bodies. Just a little food for thought.
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