I agree! What kind of moron could shop there ????? There is something wrong with the people who shop there. They even look like there is something wrong with them.
How many good looking people do you see in there compared to bag over the head people.
For every 50 uglies there could be one normal person shopping at WFM.
And guess what,, that make the odds highly unlikely you are good looking which makes you the bag over the head person.
If you prefer organically grown food you shop at WholeFoods - at the grocery store they are selling GMO's - food that has been genetically altered..l.called GMO's, grown with Monsanto seed...funny how in Europe they won't sell GMO food and here grocer's aren't labeling it because people won't buy it...other thing is when some of the food was tested in animals, small tears in the intestine were found...also, after a nice dose of cancer, you begin to think about what you are putting in your mouth....
I eat lunch at WholeFoods atleast 3X a week - spend anywhere from $7-$10 a meal - that is really not that different than going to a restaurant - I am not interested in fast food places -
I'm not an idiot, although I get your point. The prices are pretty crazy. $5 or $6 for a small container of strawberries is pretty nuts. You have to be selective about what you get there. Anyone thinking shopping at WFM is going to buy you a healthy life is crazy. Having a healthy life comes from taking care of yourself. Working out, eating good, and having the right girlfriend or wife. For some, getting divorced and moving on. Stuff like that. I find myself eating some of the bad stuff they sell.
They sell this butter from Vermont and it's the best. It's like 6 bucks I think, but it will last a long time. And the bread, the bread is killer. The problem I have is I go over for lunch because it's the closes place to get food that I like and I spend like $30 for lunch. I like the people who work in my store. They're very health and nice. Also very friendly and quite pretty. I don't like girls who wear make up.
The money I overpay at WFM for the healthiest foods, that will keep me alive and healthy long after you're dead, is nickels and dimes relative to my income. With the $$$ I've made on WFM options and shares, I could never spend all of the money at WFM.
Anyone who posts this garbage is first class idiot in a bad way! Apparently you have not shopped nor paid attention to signs telling you what is organic or not in your local grocery store. Local grocery store where I live for organic is more expensive than Whole Foods Market.