Whole Foods Market arrived in London last year with a bang. The Americans couldn't wait, the Brit's were curious and the press was out for blood. The place was huge with 500 employees and 3 floors of products and restaurants and crowds of people.
Tonight, one of our favorite celebrity chefs (from right up the road in Fall River, Mass.), Emeril Lagasse, will be starring in a brand new series on Planet Green. Not one but SIX episodes will debut tonight – BAM! Called Emeril Green, Lagasse will be
This past Thursday, before the madness of the 4th of July set in, the City of El Segundo, California held its first ever Environmental Expo. Summer was in full swing as people shopped for organic corn and grass fed beef to grill, and for green bikinis
With a growing number of all-natural beauty products on the market, it's getting more and more confusing for consumers to decipher through the confusing lingo. We stand in the beauty aisle and sift through the many different products to find those
"Europeans want food that is cheap, convenient, high quality, safe and more and more produced in a eco-friendly way," says Professor Brian McKenna, at University College Dublin in Ireland. He continues, "Food is important to peoples health as it
Frankenmeat and frankendairy may (unfortunately) be making an appearance at your local grocery store sooner than you think. Following six years of (supposedly) careful deliberation, the FDA is expected to announce early next week that it deems food from
Meet Dmitriy Orlov, another one of our Citizen Profile winners. Today we share his quick n’ easy, green alternative to fast food and his admittedly not-so-green car racing pastime. Dmitriy, like many of us, walks the line of eco-contradiction, fully
At this year’s Green Fest DC, we offered booth visitors the chance to win a Citizen Profile right here on TreeHugger. Having already covered many remarkable figures, we thought it was a great opportunity to tap into what citizens like us are doing to
Peeking at the archives from one year ago offers an interesting study in how the green world has changed over 365 days. Last year, we bemoaned the plans to build coal-fired power plants in Kansas; earlier this week we saw Australia step back from the
And so two became one. After a protracted and very public struggle with the Federal Trade Commission over its $565 million purchase of Wild Oats Markets, Whole Foods bought 96.8 percent of its former rival's outstanding shares at
Finally, news about Whole Foods that doesn't have us clutching our heads like stunned monkeys. The natural-foods chain has partnered with Alchemy Goods to transform retired Whole Foods' marketing banners into reusable totes.
Whole Foods defines and labels "locally grown" as, "Only produce that has traveled less than a day (7 or fewer hours) from the farm to our facility." But even organic produce has a carbon footprint. So what is a "localvore" to do when Whole Foods
We here at TreeHugger, like you, prefer to keep the lotions and potions we put on our bodies pretty pure and simple. The purity of Nude Skincare is displayed not only in its branding and natural ingredients, but also in its pedigree; Nude has been
Is Mackey too wacky to be CEO of Whole Foods?—that's the question the media is trotting out in the wake of the Wall Street Journal's recent disclosure that John P. Mackey has couched behind an online alter ego for the past seven years.