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Whole Foods Market makes FORTUNE’s ‘Blue Ribbon Companies’ list for 2015

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Whole Foods Market has been named one of FORTUNE’s top 25 “Blue Ribbon Companies” for 2015. Already a FORTUNE “World’s Most Admired,” “Best Company to Work For,” and a “Change the World” company in 2015, Whole Foods Market earned a spot on the “Blue Ribbon Companies” list for being a “best of the best” business, according to FORTUNE.

Other accolades the company has received in 2015 include:

• Greenpeace named Whole Foods Market the top retailer for seafood sustainability in the nonprofit’s annual ranking of U.S. supermarkets. Whole Foods Market has topped the seafood sustainability list for three consecutive years.
• Compassion in World Farming recognized Whole Foods Market with a Good Sow Commendation and Global Good Egg Award for the company’s animal welfare efforts.
• The Better World Shopping Guide awarded Whole Foods Market an “A” rating in its latest edition.
Reputation Institute ranked Whole Foods Market America’s third most reputable company in the retail industry and the third-strongest retail brand in America and named Whole Foods Market one of America’s most reputable companies for corporate social responsibility.

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