Being Zero waste isn’t necessarily fitting all of our trash for 1 year into a mason jar like you’ve probably seen on some facebook video of Lauren Singer who is one of the women at front of the Zero Waste movement. Especially in a restaurant where we are serving hundreds of people per day, that just isn’t feasible. But what is feasible is being conscious of waste created in all aspects of our lives especially when choosing what to buy and making decisions accordingly.
The obvious implication here is Whole Foods, YOU can do better, and I know that because I’m doing better and I’m not a fortune 500 company or fortune whatever company you’ve become since being acquired by Amazon. I’m sure there are plenty of things we all know Whole Foods could do better cough*lower prices*cough, but I’m not one to gripe about price.