Whole Foods has Valentine’s Day covered

Like always, Valentine's Day has snuck up on me and here it is just a few days away. But, this year, I'm not worried at all because I've got Whole Foods to help me get everything in one quick and easy trip. With everything from fresh flowers and gourmet chocolate to aisles and aisles of gourmet foods begging to be cooked up for a special Valentine, Whole Foods really does have you covered.
Chocolate at Whole Foods

Whole Foods is America’s first national certified organic grocer and truly makes grocery shopping feel like a luxurious treat. With a cooking department, prepared foods counter {seriously – yummmm!}, local wine, beer and ales, grind-your-own nut butters, and, our favorite feature, a clean and fun children’s play area, it's really no surprise that we head there for more than traditional grocery shopping. 

Cooking at Whole Foods
Since our Valentine's Day celebration always includes a nice dinner cooked at home, shopping the Lynnwood Whole Foods Market makes perfect sense, especially with all the deals they have in store this week.  

For instance, on February 13th and 14th, Whole Foods Market shoppers can create their own Surf & Turf meal at a fraction of restaurant prices. Thursday and Friday only you can take home a lobster tail free with any dry-aged steak purchase. Whole Food surf and turf
But, we know Valentine’s Day and roses go hand in hand, and on average Americans will buy 200 million roses for their sweethearts. By buying Whole Trade roses from Whole Foods Market you can help send a child to school, build a learning center, or simply make life better for the person who picked it. Their Whole Trade program has funded first homes for families, scholarships for children, art programs, community centers, medical and dental treatments and an overall improvement in the quality of life for farm workers, their families and their communities.

Right now you can get a bouquet of 20 Whole Trade Roses for just $20, which is a great gift for your Valentine while giving back to those in need. I can't think of a more romantic gesture than that!

Whole Foods roses
Find out more about all the store happenings here. You can also check out the Whole Foods website, fan them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter at @WFMSeattle to find out all the other fun stuff they have in the works! We heart Lynnwood

And Now For the Giveaway!

One lucky ready is going to get to surprise their Valentine with either some surf and turf or some Whole Trade roses with a $25 Whole Foods gift card they can spend at any of their many locations.

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Leanne Signature 2A big thank you to Whole Foods for sending a gift card for us to buy some flowers as well as offering a giveaway to our fabulous readers.

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