It seems that everyone aspires to be a Whole Foods Market shopper, based on all the excitement at Amazon’s decision to lower prices.
I’m not in the habit of defining “affordable” or “healthy”. I believe that people have to come to those definitions on their own, choosing what makes the most sense economically and ecologically.
That said, I’m cautious about jumping on the Amazon/Whole Foods Market train. As a previous Whole Foods Market employee, reluctant customer, and longtime good food advocate, I invite you to consider the cost to those whose jobs it is to get food to the supermarket. Continue reading “What Are Whole Foods' Lower Prices Going to Cost Us?”