How to Save $3,000 on Paper Lettuce and Garlic at Whole Foods Market
New York City’s iconic grocery chain, Whole Foods, has launched a new “garlic-mint” program, with customers being offered a 25% discount on their orders of dried mints and sea els.
The company is also offering the same discount to customers who order fresh sea lettuce flowers and sea flower sea lilies.
The program will run through October 27.
The $3.99 annual fee is waived for Whole Foods customers, as well as other major retailers, like Target and Walmart.
This year, Whole, which is owned by Walmart, said it is offering its new program to the public at large, though not everyone is eligible.
The new program will also be available at many other retailers, including Target and Costco.
The offer will only be available to Whole Foods shoppers.
The Mint & Garlic program is available in select Whole Foods markets, including the New York area, Seattle, Salt Lake City, and Denver, according to a Whole Foods representative.
While the Mint & Gathers offer may seem a bit pricey, Whole has made it a priority to offer discounts on its fresh produce and groceries.
In February, the company said it had reduced its wholesale price on produce, while reducing the retail price of its groceries by $1.00 per pound.
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