An urban oasis full of lush greenery, a boundless feast and never-ending free gifts. Paradise?
No, this is Whole Foods.
Since 1980, the American supermarket chain has transformed tedious errands into an upscale grocery shopping experience, attracting thousands of spandex-clad customers daily.
While some complain about the store's elitism and high prices, others pride themselves on drinking the Whole Foods (organic, sugar-free) Kool-Aid.
Celebrities aren't immune to the aspirational, dietary restricted selection of goodies either. So who in Hollywood is obsessed with Whole Foods?