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Transcript of Whole Foods
Whole Foods started out in Austin, TX in 1978. It was opened by John Mackey...
2. Team Members
6. Government Agencies
Meeting the Quality Standards they Guarantee their Customers for Organic Food
Providing More Money to Producers and Suppliers
Ensuring Better “Fair” Wages and Working Conditions
Utilizing Competent Environmental Practices
Decent and Humane Treatment of Animals
Eliminating All Genetically Modified Products in their Stores whenever possible
Whole Foods Core Values:
- Where does your food come from?
- Whole Foods History and CEOs
- Company Culture
- Ranking of stakeholder groups
- Social Responsibility
- Core values
- Whole Foods and the Media
- Is Whole Foods ethical?
Whole Foods has a company culture which focuses on employee training and development. It has been voted one of the best companies to work for. Whole Foods fosters a culture which motivates employees to work hard and develop their talents. They have one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry.
Because employees are treated well, promoted and are offered incentives, they are happy with what they do and provide good customer service. The number one stakeholder for Whole Foods is the customer.
Is Whole Foods Ethical After All?
They strive to please all primary stake holders
Whole Foods has set up different foundations to help not only the local community but also the global community
They are doing their part to try to bring healthy and fresh food to people and promote healthy habits
Whole Foods and the Media