Whole Foods Market charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Whole Foods Market.

You might see Whole Foods Market listed on your credit card statement as:
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What is Whole Foods Market?

Whole Foods Market is a leading organic and natural foods grocery retailer that was founded in Austin, Texas in 1980. Today, it has over 500 stores in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Whole Foods Market is committed to providing its customers with healthy and high-quality food products and ingredients that are sourced from local and global suppliers who care for their communities and the environment.

The top 5 products and services that Whole Foods Market offers to its customers are:

  1. Organic and local produce: Whole Foods Market is known for its wide selection of fresh organic fruits and vegetables that come from local farms and artisanal producers across the country and the world.
  2. Meat and poultry: Whole Foods Market offers animal proteins that are sourced from animals that are raised with no hormones or antibiotics added to their food and are treated humanely.
  3. Grocery and pantry items: the store is stocked with a wide variety of pantry items, snacks, and household staples that are organic, non-GMO and sustainably sourced.
  4. Prepared foods: Whole Foods Market provides pre-made meals, salads, sandwiches and other dishes that are made fresh in-store with organic and high-quality ingredients.
  5. Health and wellness products: in addition to food, Whole Foods Market has a section dedicated to natural and organic supplements, vitamins, and personal care products that support healthy living.

Whole Foods Market website:

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Audrey Carroll
Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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