Whole Foods earned the collective disgust of the human race when the Internet chanced upon these photos of Whole Foods shelves.
These "fresh" oranges, encased in plastic containers, were "made right here."
Many on twitter wondered if these veganic-sprouted oranges could have had their wholesome, healing nectar preserved in some other way, for instance, if they naturally had a peel.
If only nature would find a way to cover these oranges so we didn't need to waste so much plastic on them. pic.twitter.com/00YECaHB4D— Nathalie Gordon (@awlilnatty) March 3, 2016
#OrangeGate was born, and people wondered what had they done to deserve $6 oranges.
But as it turns out, Whole Foods has finally saw the light and decided to repent.
@awlilnatty Definitely our mistake. These have been pulled. We hear you, and we will leave them in their natural packaging: the peel.— Whole Foods Market (@WholeFoods) March 3, 2016
But as with most good things, Whole Foods’ sanity did not last long. They came back with this horrid pun.
Time for an intervention, Whole Foods.
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