If you didn't guess from the title of this post, Whole Foods has graciously opened its doors and its heart to the small, sleepy island of Hilton Head.

Some of you might be thinking "Wow, is she really going to blog about a grocery store opening?"

Yes. I am, so if you aren't interested (which I know you all are), or you are hangry, hungry, starving, then you can scroll on to the next post, there are plenty of them.

This is something that I have been looking forward to for months. I have always loved Whole Foods and what they stand for and it makes eating organic a whole lot easier.

I arose early and rolled out of the house with my mom at around 8:15.

Sleepy and hungry, myself and about 100 other islanders packed into the parking lot of the new Whole Foods  for an awesome chance to win a $500 gift card.

(I didn't win $500, just free coffee)

While everyone was waiting to enter the brand new store the excited team members came out, gave a few speeches about their enthusiasm, and broke bread.

Yup they broke the massive piece of challah resting in front of the podium.
My hungry eyes and stomach dropped when I knew I wouldn't be able to sneak a little piece, but that's okay because there were aisles of food in front of me waiting to be perused
Thankfully the doors were finally opened to the eager crowd.

And boy were the shelves stocked.

Don't you just want to grab a carrot from the bottom and watch them tumble?


Just me, I guess.

What about one of those peaches, grab one and watch them roll?

"Hmm, this soup here looks mighty fine"

They had aisles dedicated to chocolate.

Cookies, too.

There's my baby, sitting front and center. 

Don't get me started on the pizza!

Hello sir, I will take a slice of everything please. 

If you couldn't tell already, I'm pretty excited about this and I know where the rest of my paychecks will be spent. Until next time!

1 comment:

  1. What did they do with the bread? If it was just thrown away... well. That kind of pisses me off.


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