An interesting interview with the founder and CEO of Whole Foods Market, John Mackey, on the Wall Street Journal earlier this week:
What you need to know:
Although Whole Foods started out as a health store, it has morphed over the years to become a purveyor of high class, high price products. Some are healthy, some are not. Just like a regular supermarket. Unfortunately, there’s not enough revenue for mega-chains in just selling unprocessed healthy food products in bulk.
What to do at the supermarket:
Whether it’s Whole Foods or Wal-Mart, some aisles are healthier than others. Buying mostly unprocessed foods and preparing meals at home is the key to a nutritious diet.
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