Food and Drink

Love Helping People? Love Beer? Whole Foods’ Brewery Tours May Be The Place For You!

Screen Shot 2014-03-11 at 9.25.49 AMWhole Foods Market is hosting a series of two brewery tours and the proceeds benefit their Whole Plant Foundation. Each tour costs $20 and includes a free pint of beer, brewery tour, food and a raffle ticket. Tours are as follows:

Left Hand Brewery: March 13, 2014, 5:30 to 8:00pm

Upslope Brewery: March 27, 2014, 5:30 to 8:00pm

Want to join in the fun? Purchase tickets ahead of time at Whole Foods at Baseline [2584 Baseline Rd] or Ideal Market [1275 Alpine Ave]


Hard to Recycle Goods & Electronics: Drop them at Whole Foods!

bins w truckWe can no longer dispose of electronics in the landfill! As of July 1, 2013 it is this is the law in Boulder. So what can you do with those unwanted electronics? Bring them to Whole Foods on Baseline [1st Sunday of the month] or in Superior [4th Sunday of the month] from 10am to 2pm to dispose of them responsibly. Most items are collected for free, but some do have a small fee. To get the scoop on this new program go to

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Where Can You Recycle Your Electronics? Whole Foods on Baseline!

sustainability recyclingAs of July 1, 2013 legislation bans Colorado residents from disposing of electronics in the landfill. E-waste is a growing problem because electronics contain dangerous toxins and when not disposed of sustainably they can cause serious problems down the road. But on the 1st Sunday of the month you can stop by Whole Foods on Baseline and Broadway [2584 Baseline Road, Boulder] or on the 4th Sunday of the month you can head to Whole Foods in Superior [303 Marshall Road] to recycle your used electronics. Most items are accepted for free, but some do have a small fee. Electronics recycling between 10am and 2pm.

For a complete list of what you can recycle, when you can recycle it, and where you can drop off you used electronics click here or call 303.424.1719.