This sounds fun: wear your pajamas to Whole Foods Market this Saturday from 8-10 a.m. and get a free cinnamon roll. They’re calling it a “Pajama Jam.” I won’t even admit how many times I’ve gone grocery shopping in my pajamas without the promise of free food.
And on another note, Whole Foods announced today it will stop selling certain types of seafood, becoming the first national grocer to stop selling wild-caught fish that is “red-rated” at its fish counters. The red rating is given to species that are overfished or caught in a way that harms other marine life.
As of Earth Day (April 22), Atlantic halibut, grey sole, skate and others will no longer be available, Whole Foods says. Some stores already eliminated these species and for years, Whole Foods has not sold orange roughy or bluefin tuna due to sustainability concerns. Alternatives such as MSC-certified Pacific halibut, yellow-rated Dover sole and Atlantic flounder will be offered.
To read more, check out this USA Today story.