Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Art in the most unusual places...

Whenever I visit my sister, who lives in the Boston suburbs, she always has something from her grocery store in her home that I think cannot possibly be purchased in a grocery store. Some of the items that come to mind are thjavascript:void(0)
Publishe world's freshest salsa, the most amazing fresh cut flowers, and yummy trail mix, but these are just the tip of the iceburg.

This is Whole Foods. We actually have a really great grocery store chain in upstate New York (Hannaford Bros.), but it pales in comparison to this amazing and healthful place. These photos are just a glimpse into their produce market, which is the first thing you see (after the fresh flower bouquets) when you step over the threshold.

Talk about a work of art. In my retirement, I may just apply for a job as a produce stacker at Whole Foods.

Note: I have not been paid or in any other way compensated for this blogpost. I just spend enough time shopping for groceries and eating them to appreciate this innovative approach to good whole foods!!


Liz Ness said...

Love the photos (produce is so interesting...I'm not joking)!

Gypsy Purple said...

Wishing you and your family a happy and blessed Easter

Jesse said...

I have showed these pictures to many of my friends. I have bragged about Whole Foods often after a visit to Boston. Sometimes we are so much alike it is scary.