Whole Foods tries to offer foods that are as least- processed as possible to give our bodies a better future, and lesser risk of disease. They want to naturally preserve our food to try and reduce the risk of chemicals being put into the body and want a healthy future for Americans. Whole Foods was awarded the first “Green Building” award in Texas in 1998 for creating a healthy and durable facility. This facility eliminated 42% of waste and is known as a recycling record setter! This company as a whole encourages the use of less harmful cleaning supplies and strives to educate customers on the benefits of using less harmful and organic products and how they can reduce pollutants floating in our air. Whole Foods is also known for donating money to environmental organization to give us a brighter future for our children and our children’s children. Whole Foods tries so hard to educate people of the harmful pollutants in the world not only in the air and environment, but in our bodies as well. They want to create a healthy America, and reform our lives that now revolve around processed foods. On the business side, they try their hardest to provide their employees with a friendly and safe work environment and set them up for the future with their 401K plans they have. They strive to give their customers the greatest products and customer service they could possibly imagine. All these factors considered, it makes sense as to why Whole Foods is the number one leading organic and natural food producer in the United States. Work cited
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