As we researched companies that were transparent online, Whole Foods was on the list, so we began to dig deeper. We soon found out that it was not the company we have always thought of them to be. We wanted to choose a company that wasn’t transparent to produce a shock factor, since we can ask anybody what they think of Whole Foods they are most likely to talk about them in a positive light. The link below was used to debunk all of the values stated on their website. It pretty much holds our entire presentation’s argument that Whole Foods isn’t transparent, because it is so detailed with everything that is stated. I was very shocked to read some of the inexcusable actions Whole Foods allowed and supported.
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