Whole Foods’ New Feature Is a Meal-Prepper’s Dream

published Feb 1, 2017
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Whole Foods has always been a bit of a playground for food-lovers. Patrons are used to sushi made in front of them, artisanal water from all ends of the earth, and the option of reusable grocery bags. This new produce butcher feature, however, really puts things over the top for meal prep-lovers.

Whole Foods’ new Bryant Park location in New York City has a produce butcher where you can take your vegetables — like kale, onions, tomatoes, and heirloom jackfruit — and get it sliced, diced, julienned, minced, or chopped just the way you like it. This is essentially a meal-prep miracle for anyone who knows the Sunday night struggle. Bye, hours of prep! Hello, veggie chili as soon as you hit the kitchen with your groceries.

Is this something you would like to see at your grocery store? Let us know in the comments.