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Whole Foods Market, a chain of organic grocery stores, is staging a major expansion in the Valley, starting with new locations in Chandler and Scottsdale.
Local gelato maker Berto’s Gelato will scoop up vanilla bean, dark chocolate, roasted banana, mint chocolate chip and cookies and cream gelato, and you can make your own sundae or float with a topping bar -- all for free.
When organic grocery giant Whole Foods opened its Chandler location Friday, it wasn’t lacking competition.
The newest Whole Foods supermarket scheduled to debut today in northeast Phoenix isn’t the grandest version of the brand in the Valley — the Chandler store is 20 percent bigger.
Whole Foods is cooking up plans to open the Valley’s first upscale, urban-style grocery store inside the appropriately named Cosmopolitan condominium project in downtown Tempe.
Residents can recycle electronics in the East Valley 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 6 in the parking lot of Whole Foods Market, 5120 S. Rural Road in Tempe.
Chill out at the Watering Hole at Whole Foods Market and learn all about the brewery or beer of the week.
DALLAS - Whole Foods Market said Tuesday it has lined up financing to complete its $565 million purchase of rival organic and natural foods grocer Wild Oats Markets, ending a six-month battle against federal regulators who tried to block the deal on anti-trust grounds.
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A Whole Foods Markets is coming to the East Valley.
For many of us, the new year brings resolutions to eat healthier. Some of us will start diets, some will begin reading labels and some will just want to make a change or two for healthier eating options.
WASHINGTON - The biggest jump in gasoline prices in six months helped push inflation at the wholesale level higher in May although inflation outside of energy remained well-behaved.
Farmer Jeff Scott can remember many a long afternoon when he sat alone on the plaza at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park, offering his fresh-picked vegetables to a handful of regular customers and an occasional passerby. Solitude isn’t so much of a problem these days. The Willcox-area farmer’s bins of onions, squash and greens are the heaviest-hit attraction all night long at the Downtown Chandler Farmers Market.
The time warp the Gentle Strength Co-op was stuck in remains so deep that its Web site didn’t let on that anything was amiss the day after it closed its doors.
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At 5:33 a.m., my ringing phone woke me from a deep sleep. It was my work associate, panicked because I was supposed to be at her house three minutes ago in order to make our flight to market. Every year we make this pilgrimage to Atlanta, one of the top-five retail markets in the United States, to check out the new trends and place orders for our home-furnishings stores. After three long and grueling days, we drag ourselves back to the plane, our feet throbbing, our backs aching and our bags stuffed to the brink with catalogs.
Food prices in Arizona are going up.
Deflation has finally come to the Arizona shopping cart. New figures from the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation find that, on average, the cost of food from grocery stores in the state is about 20 percent less than it was a year ago.
A book published in the 1950s (and later turned into a movie and TV show) advised "Please Don’t Eat the Daisies."
CHICAGO - Like many Americans at this time of year, the food industry has been talking a lot about healthy eating, improved nutrition and making better choices.
Don't be surprised if you start thinking about gas while you're buying food.
The state's top health official is going to Washington to convince federal officials that a candy bar does not deserve the same legal status as cauliflower.
It is unknown whether a supermarket ever will set up shop in downtown Tempe, but a grocer apparently plans to open a mile away.
Arizona consumers can give thanks for the fact that the grocery market in the state is so competitive.