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Whole Foods Market to offer series of classes this month.

June 01 2012 | no comments

Whole Foods Market Detroit has announced a series of classes to be held this month.   Each class will take place in the Detroit office at 3670 Woodward Ave.

  • Tuesday, June 5 at noonWhole Foods Market Basics – Join us for an in depth overview of the Midtown store design; interior and exterior, as well as our latest 3D designs. Also learn about Whole Foods Market as a company, and what we plan to bring to Detroit when we open in 2013.
  • Tuesday, June 5 at 5:30 pmWhole Foods Market Basics – (repeat) Join us for an in depth overview of the Midtown store design; interior and exterior. Also learn about Whole Foods Market as a company, and what we plan to bring to Detroit when we open in 2013.
  • Thursday, June 7 at 5:30 pmSavvy Shopping at WFM – Do you think Whole Foods Market is pricey? Would you like to know the best ways to shop our store (and other grocery stores too) and get the most for your dollar? Come learn the secrets, sample some good food, and take away some information you can use where ever you shop.
  • Tuesday, June 12 at 5:30Organics & GMO 101 – Do you wonder what “Organic” really means? Are you concerned about GMOs? Come learn what they are all about, ask the questions you have been seeking answers to, and learn how to get the information you need about the food you feed your family.
  • Week of June 18 – No classes.
  • Wednesday, June 27 at 5:30 pmWhole Foods Market Basics – Join us for an in depth overview of the Midtown store design; interior and exterior. Also learn about Whole Foods Market as a company, and what we plan to bring to Detroit when we open in 2013.
  • Thursday, June 28 at noon- Savvy Shopper – Do you think Whole Foods Market is pricey? Would you like to know the best ways to shop our store (and other grocery stores too) and get the most for your dollar? Come learn the secrets, sample some good food, and take away some information you can use where ever you shop.

All classes will be free of charge, but registration is required since space is limited. The parking structure located behind our office is available for you to park, but parking is $6. Unfortunately, Whole Foods Market will not be able to validate parking at this time.

 

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