One of the plaintiffs worked at the Telegraph Avenue store and left after she was told to take off her Black Lives Matter pin.
Hundreds in Berkeley protest Whole Foods’ ban on wearing clothing branded ‘Black Lives Matter’
Protesters came to support a former employee who quit after she was told to remove a face mask that had “Black Lives Matter” printed on it.
Employee at Berkeley Whole Foods on Telegraph tests positive for COVID-19
The case was first reported to employees in a text message alert on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The store remains open and the grocery chain says it is following health and safety guidelines.
Berkeley Whole Foods markets to remain open during nationwide worker ‘sick-out’
The Whole Foods press office said all stores will be open tomorrow, but will the workers be there?
Allegro Coffee Roasters to leave Whole Foods. Will racks for online grocery delivery replace it?
Amazon, which owns Whole Foods, has been dedicating more and more space to grocery delivery services since that sector is growing rapidly
Berkeley Whole Foods on Gilman evacuated due to refrigerant leak
Multiple readers asked Berkeleyside on Friday afternoon why Whole Foods on Gilman Street in West Berkeley appeared to have been evacuated and closed.
Whole Foods to open 365 store in new Temescal development
Temescal, which does not have a large grocery store, is set to have a Whole Foods 365 as part of a new development on Telegraph and 51st Street.
Whole Foods closed after security officers pepper-spray thief with knife
Whole Foods closed Monday night after a security officer pepper-sprayed a would-be thief who brandished a knife, authorities report.
First Look: Sprouts Farmers Market in Oakland
Love it or hate it, Sprouts Farmers Market is here to stay in Oakland. Come along with NOSH as we take a first look at the new grocery store.
Kite Hill reinvents non-dairy cheese from ground up
Kite Hill is producing hand-crafted plant-based cheeses made from almond milk. Come along with NOSH as we take a tour.
CORE Kitchen aims to open produce-only restaurant
Oakland’s CORE Foods has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a new kind of lunchtime restaurant — one that only cooks with fresh produce.
Grumpy Cat comes to Berkeley Humane in style, fanfare
Grumpy Cat, held by her owner Tabatha Bundesen, poses with City Councilmember Linda Maio and Berkeley Chamber of Commerce CEO Polly Armstrong before the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Photo: Seung Y. Lee With a police-escorted motorcade fit for a foreign ambassador or an A-list Hollywood star, viral internet star Grumpy Cat rolled into Berkeley in style Saturday […]