Now that all of the Halloween candy has been eaten and pumpkins have been carved, Thanksgiving will soon be here. If you’re planning to host your family and friends for a huge holiday feast, then you already have your work cut out for you as you plan your menu and slowly but surely begin shopping for everything you need to make your impressive Thanksgiving spread.
This year, Thanksgiving Day falls on Thursday, November 23, and if your favorite destination for all of your grocery needs is Whole Foods, you’ll want to make sure you know Whole Foods’ Thanksgiving hours well in advance so you can plan accordingly for any and all of your last-minute shopping.
What Are Whole Foods’ Thanksgiving Hours?
Fortunately for Whole Foods shoppers, stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day. That said, most (if not all) Whole Foods locations will be operating with modified hours, so it’s important to check in with your local store to confirm when its doors will be open in case you run out of milk, eggs, or cheese on Turkey Day.
While Whole Foods will have modified hours on Thanksgiving Day, it is business as usual for the grocery chain on all of the days leading up to and following the holiday. If your refrigerator isn’t bursting with Thanksgiving feast leftovers, you can head over to Whole Foods once you’ve gotten everything on your Black Friday shopping list to pick up all of your favorite items.
If you want to spend more time with your family and friends this year, consider ordering one of Whole Foods’ Holiday Meals for a Thanksgiving dinner to-go. Whole Foods’ hot bar has a reputation for being delicious, so if you need proof that the store’s holiday meals are the perfect way to save time and energy this Thanksgiving, look no further.