Whole Foods Kildeer offers a tutorial on how to dye eggs using fruits and vegetables.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Thursday, March 21, 2013
The grocers won't sell genetically engineered salmon if approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Reuters reports.
You won’t find genetically modified fish on Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods shelves, Reuters reports. The grocers signed an agreement with others across the country as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration nears closer to approving genetically engineered salmon. The fish would be the first genetically modified animal to be in America’s food supply, the news source reports. The nearest Trader Joe’s is located at 735 W. Route 22 in Lake Zurich, and Whole Foods newest location is at 20281 N Rand Road in Kildeer.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
See what interesting discoveries customers made on opening day of Whole Foods Market.
Patch found 10 customers at the new Whole Foods Market in Kildeer on opening day and asked what their most interesting find was. See what discoveries they made in the photo gallery.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Krisers, all-natural pet store, is opening on Wednesday, March 6.
Natural foods shoppers may soon be flocking to Kildeer, not only for the human members of their family, but for their pets as well. Krisers, an all-natural pet food retailer, will open next door to Whole Foods Kildeer. Both stores will open to the public on Wednesday, March 6, and it is no coincidence. “It’s perfect really. We’re excited because there’s a lot of crossover audience seeking a natural solution. Kriser’s offers the best all-natural pet food,” said Danielle Mozeleski, of Formula PR, Inc. Kriser’s public relations firm. The Kildeer store, at 20291 N. Rand Rd., will be Kriser’s ninth location. The pet retailer also has a store in South Barrington. Recently named Best Overall Multi-Unit Pet Retailer in the U.S. at the 2013 …
Friday, January 25, 2013
Area residents have plenty of choices when shopping for groceries and more to come.
The Lake Zurich area, particularly the Rte. 12 corridor seems to be somewhat of a mecca for grocery stores. Between Lake Zurich and Kildeer, the area currently has five stand-alone grocers—Fresh Market, Jewel-Osco, Dominick’s Finer Foods, Aldi's, and Trader Joes. There are two more on the way—Whole Foods and Mariano’s Fresh Market—as well as talk of a third--Woodmans. That’s not even counting retailers that offer large grocery sections, like Walmart, Target and Costco. Lake Zurich also has Ania's Polish Deli which is much more than a deli, actually a specialty European market. That totals to about a dozen different places to buy groceries in the Lake Zurich-Kildeer area. “Everybody has to eat,” said Michael Talbett, Kildeer village …