Whole Foods Market continues to be a leader in responding to consumer desires for more transparency in the way food is sourced and marketed. The result? Ethics touch almost every product in every category in a Whole Foods store. Among the more innovative ideas coming out this year is the chain's updated humane meat-rating system that awards processors points based on various criteria related to animal welfare. The system ranges from 1 to 5 stars, with 5 reflecting the highest welfare ...

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