What are the pros and cons of the whole food?

Some people say that eating the whole food is a whole way of life. Not just eating raw food or eating raw food. That's so much. It is about bringing the environmentally friendly reusable bag to wrap your groceries; it's about riding a bike instead of driving to work; it is dyed with nails to hair your hair instead of chemicals; it is about wearing Marijuana made of clothes; it is about solar panels, reducing our carbon footprint and backyard composting. Others said that the whole food market store price is too high, was overestimated.

There are a lot of benefits to eating all natural foods. "There is no inherent reason why companies are not ethical, socially responsible and profitable," said John Mackey, president of the total food market. "

Clerks specializing in full food stores can also feel, The minimum wage for employees is $ 13.15 per hour, including health care. In addition, there is no administrative staff more than 14 times the average staff level. They also purchased a year of wind power for their stores. Fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products and foods without hormones, preservatives, pesticides and other non-natural additives appear to be the most basic part of a healthy diet

Price is one of the main criticisms of the total food market, and sometimes Casually called "full pay", because of this reason. Consumers choose an agreement that they are willing to pay more for the whole food, they feel healthier, better, more in line with them and more morals.

Some critics want to know whether the sport makes sense. Is food grown locally? How do we know that there is no hormones or additives in this food? In addition to this concept, only the wealthy members of the community to buy things in these stores the idea that the whole and organic food boom may just seek to distinguish, but a symbol of the status of the rich.

Even if the price is high, the food market is doing something to promote thrift. During this holiday, Whole Foods launched a promotional list of environmentally friendly gifts below $ 20. They also provide "values" for their stores, show consumers how to save a few bucks, and add more money-saving skills to their blogs. Whole Foods spokesman Kate Lowery said, "We have been very smart, we really can help shoppers because they may have to first buy the budget."