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Whole Foods Market Community Giving Day

Whole Foods Market Community Giving Day

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Mid-Atlantic and South Regions

Admission: Free

Whole Foods Market Community Giving Day to benefit Slow Food USA 

Five percent of net sales to benefit Slow Food USA on October 18th 

New York, NY – Slow Food USA announced that it will receive five percent of net sales from Whole Foods Market locations across nine states and 55 locations covering most of their Mid-Atlantic and South Regions on Thursday, October 18th as part of the company’s quarterly Community Giving Day. 

Slow Food USA is a global grassroots organization that inspires individuals and communities to change the world through food that is good, clean and fair for all. The funds will support national campaign work focused on biodiversity and school gardens, and will also support local Slow Food chapters in their important work on the ground.

“We are proud to partner with Whole Foods Market,” says Anna Mulé, director of communications and campaigns for Slow Food USA. “Food is a delicious way to start a conversation around culture, community, the environment, and justice. Whole Foods will help us bridge diverse groups to celebrate good, clean and fair food for all.”

More than 465 Whole Foods Market locations will participate in the Community Giving Day by donating to organizations, projects and programs that support the mission of ensuring access to healthy food for all. 

WHAT: Whole Foods Market Community Giving Day to benefit Slow Food USA
WHEN: Thursday, October 18, 7:00AM. – 10:00PM (check your local store hours first as they do sometimes vary)
WHERE: At 55 Whole Foods Market store locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic and South Regions:

  • Georgia: Alpharetta, Atlanta (5), Duluth, Kennesaw and Marietta
  • Kentucky: Lexington and Louisville
  • New Jersey: Cherry Hill, Marlton and Princeton
  • North Carolina: Asheville (2), Greensboro, Lake Norman/Huntersville, Charlotte (3) and Winston-Salem
  • Ohio: Cedar Center, Orange Village, Cincinnati, Dayton, Dublin, Easton, Mason, Rocky River and West Lane/Upper Arlington, Akron
  • Pennsylvania: Allentown, Devon, Easton, Exton, Glen Mills, Jenkintown, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, South Hills, South Street, Spring House, Wexford and Wynnewood
  • South Carolina: Columbia and Greenville
  • Tennessee: Germantown, Knoxville and Memphis
  • Virginia: Charlottesville, Newport News, Short Pump and Virginia Beach

About Slow Food USA

Slow Food is a global grassroots organization in over 160 countries that envisions a world in which all people can access and enjoy food that is good for them, good for those who grow it and good for the planet. Slow Food USA focuses on campaigning, partnering, and hosting Slow Food Nations, an annual summer festival in Denver, CO.  Slow Food chapters in over 150 local American communities bring together activists, chefs, experts, youth, farmers, fishers and academics. To learn more about Slow Food USA or to find a local chapter, please visit slowfoodusa.org. 

About Whole Foods Market® 

For 39 years, Whole Foods Market 365 has been the world’s leading natural and organic foods retailer. As the first national certified organic grocer, Whole Foods Market has over 470 stores in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom. To learn more about Whole Foods Market, please visit media.wfm.com.

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