With the season of well wishes and merry making upon us, Whole Foods shares some perfect little holiday gift ideas that give back in a big way.
For the Kids: Recycling Truck by Green Toys Inc.: It’s never too early for kids to learn about recycling! Plus the truck is made from 100-percent recycled plastic $24.99.
Stocking Stuffer: For only $.99 with any Allegro® beverage purchase at any Whole Foods Market coffee bar nationwide, you can purchase L.I.F.E. Jacket reusable coffee sleeve. All proceeds from every L.I.F.E. Jacket sold at Whole Foods Market will go directly back to Comfort the Children International to empower Kenyan mothers with an opportunity to earn a living while providing an education for their children with disabilities.
Chocolate Lovers: Endangered Species chocolate: Dark chocolate with cranberries & almonds, 10% of net profits support endangered species & habitats $3.49
Whole Foods Market Organic chocolate bars $2.99 each. Portion of proceeds go to Tanzania Schoolhouse Project. These bars are also Fair Trade certified, so the African farmers in small villages are paid appropriate wages and working conditions.
Holiday Cheer and Frothy Beer:Recently on Metro Newspaper’s New York City: Best of 2011 list, Whole Foods Market Bowery newly opened Beer Room was listed as they best spot to fill your growler! With nearly 1,000 different beers, from pilsner and weisse to lambic and porter, and 6 different beers on tap, Whole Foods Market Bowery Beer Room is perfect for your holiday pairings, gifting and entertainment ideas!
Cheats for Holiday Hosting in a Hurry: Hosting a classy holiday soirée doesn’t have to call for hours of toil behind the stove. Whole Foods Markets experts can speak and teach viewers simple “cheats” that will have them prepped and hosting like a pro in minutes. From piping-hot nibbles to tasty spreads to satisfying sweets, these simple dishes will have your readers out of the kitchen and join the party, since looking stressed and being sweaty isn’t a good look on anyone.
The Perfect One-Dish Dinner – Pot Roast: This year, viewers will be hosting more dinner gatherings, but that does not mean they want to breaking the bank. This season, home cooks in the know are celebrating no-hassle pot roast. With a cost-effective cut from Whole Foods Markets and a few simple ingredients, your viewers can prepare tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef. A Whole Foods Chef will show view multiple pot roast meal ideas, from: classic and Italian to German and Indian!