CHANGES ARE A-BLOWIN' in the gift card section at Whole Foods Market. Since early 2006, the supernatural retailer has purchased wind power credits to power all its offices and stores. It's now extending the same opportunity to consumers. In early November, the 187-store chain started offering $5 and $15 gift cards in 76 stores, located near checkouts or in its Whole Body departments. The gift cards, from Renewable Choice Energy in Boulder, Colo., gives consumers the chance to help the ...

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