Whole Foods Chicken Finesse

Before I begin I’d like to remind everyone that the multinational conglomerate Amazon purchased Whole Foods for $13.4 Billion.

Whole Foods the supermarket company known for its “Organic” food and products have a large selection of items to choose from. These brands are promoted to be some of the best brands that’s good for your health or at least better than what Whole Foods competitors sell/carry. However the shocking truth is some of these items are sourced from the same supplier as Whole Foods competitors.

For example Whole Foods have their own brand (365 Everyday Value) and this brand sells chicken packaged with facts on the front for customers to read. The facts are things like No antibiotics or added hormones, Vegetarian diet friendly and No added solutions or injections. These facts are there to convince/let a customer know that this chicken is raised and treated better than competitors chicken. But the harsh reality is the chicken sold by 365 Everyday Value is no different than their competitors (Perdue, Tyson, and more).

In fact the 365 Everyday Value chicken was raised by a Perdue farmer and slaughtered at the same Perdue plant. The only difference is before the chicken reach a Whole Foods location the packaging is completely different. Now with the chicken being the same you would think the prices would be as well but thats not the case. The Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value chicken actually costs more so Whole Foods isn’t just lying about being the better choice, they’re robbing customers as well.

Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Brand
Perdue Brand

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