Thursday, January 24, 2008

Whole Foods Offers Child Care

I love Whole Foods though I do understand how they get the nickname "Whole paycheck." A shopping trip there costs quite a bit more than a store like Krogers. But, the higher prices do mean higher quality organic and natural foods. Plus, helping support Whole Foods to "promote environmental stewartship."
AND they've just opened their first in-store child care facility! The extra price for shopping at Whole Foods sans kiddos just might be worth it!

"The Sugar Land (TX) store will offer shoppers the ultimate Whole Foods Market experience, with an incredible variety of natural, local and organic foods all in an environment designed for every member of the family," said Jay Dalton, Store Team Leader. "We are proud to offer the first ever Sweet Peas Clubhouse™, a supervised play area for children ages 3–7, as well as an extensive landscaped plaza designed as a relaxing haven and social gathering stop for friends and families." (from the Whole Foods Press Room)

Finally, now until February 5th if you purchase a Mardi Gras King Cake from Whole Foods, a portion of the proceeds will go to help rebuild the Louisiana Shrimp Community.

1 comment:

Fightin' Mad Mary said...

I love Whole Foods already, but that one in Sugar Land is amazing! Try the Whole Foods brand body wash in mint, one of the best bargains in the store.