Now that Easter has come and gone, you might think you’re in the clear as far as fancy cooking is concerned. But, wait a minute, aren’t you forgetting something? Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 9, and we think we can all agree that the moms in our lives deserve a little home cooking. Fortunately, Whole Foods is here to help.
The multinational supermarket carries everything from pre-made bistro foods to specialty pastas, sauces, grains, and more. Best of all, the store touts itself for products that are free from hydrogenated fats and artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives, meaning what you scoop up for mother’s day won’t only be delicious, but a bit healthier, too. And, let’s not forget: They have a pretty stellar craft beer and wine selection. So, whether you’re looking to host a Mother’s Day brunch, prepare a Mother's Day breakfast-in-bed, or go all out for a home-cooked Sunday dinner, Whole Foods has you covered.
Of course, you’ll have to make a trip to the store or schedule an order online. But, what if you don’t have time to do so before the big day?
Is Whole Foods Open on Mother’s Day in 2021?
While many of us consider Mother’s Day to be a prime holiday of the year, Whole Foods—like many other retailers—don’t consider it to be one of the big ones worth shutting down for. That said, if you find you forgot a key ingredient, or you simply haven’t had time to pick up a little something for your mom come Mother’s Day, you can head to your local Whole Foods to get the job done.
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