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I have over $200 in gift cards at whole foods and can't find one thing that is not over priced to buy there...
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I have over $200 in gift cards at whole foods and can't find one thing that is not over priced to buy there...
goat milk by the case... case discount put the price just under natural grocers regular price.

lolololol
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yeech goat milk... LOL.. I will stick to my almond milk....
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I have over $200 in gift cards at whole foods and can't find one thing that is not over priced to buy there...
There's Panera bread inside whole food you can use gc on
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1) Would be v hot if the WF GC could be used on AZN.

2) On the road, the WF hot tables are a value compared to some sit-down restaurants.
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I have over $200 in gift cards at whole foods and can't find one thing that is not over priced to buy there...
The one by me has amazing deals on draft beer on wednesdays. Who needs groceries, just drink beer
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I think some people miss the point of whole foods. The food you get at your regular grocery store is not the same level of quality as whole foods. Maybe if you spent more money on real food you'd spend less on prescriptions and copays.
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I think some people miss the point of whole foods. The food you get at your regular grocery store is not the same level of quality as whole foods. Maybe if you spent more money on real food you'd spend less on prescriptions and copays.
Some local groceries are starting to sell more organic produce, but I do agree with you. You have to know what you are shopping for and not buy prepackaged junk.

After the Amazon takeover (?), I have found that a lot of the "real" whole foods are significantly discounted. Meaning fresh / perishables items. Not to say that real food is cheap as it is not subsidized like sugar, beets, beef, and wheat, so every bit counts - we go through $20-$40 of apples a week depending on the type on sale and that's just eating - no juicing.

No limit on the gift cards.. purchased $900 + saved an additional 2% from e bates.
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Didn't know WF sold brain nuking cool-aid.
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Some local groceries are starting to sell more organic produce, but I do agree with you. You have to know what you are shopping for and not buy prepackaged junk.

After the Amazon takeover (?), I have found that a lot of the "real" whole foods are significantly discounted. Meaning fresh / perishables items. Not to say that real food is cheap as it is not subsidized like sugar, beets, beef, and wheat, so every bit counts - we go through $20-$40 of apples a week depending on the type on sale and that's just eating - no juicing.

No limit on the gift cards.. purchased $900 + saved an additional 2% from e bates.
E bates excludes GC purchases
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E bates excludes GC purchases
Thanks.. I did not realize that, but I guess it makes sense.
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I think some people miss the point of whole foods. The food you get at your regular grocery store is not the same level of quality as whole foods. Maybe if you spent more money on real food you'd spend less on prescriptions and copays.
Is organic really that necessary? I mean, we don't live in a world that has ONLY organic food then what's the point of sometimes having the overpriced organic food when your diet is still "polluted" by non-organic at the same time? Also, the exposure to normal food in the real world could better adjust and strengthen our immune system. I wonder the increasing level of food allergies nowadays may have something to do with the overcleaned processed/organic food that makes people become as fragile as those incubated flowers in a green house.
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Thanks.. I did not realize that, but I guess it makes sense.
It says that, but I usually get the CB when buying from Staples.

Combined with 5x Chase Ink points at Staples, this is pretty good.
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Oos..
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