Mom's work hard all year round, so why is mother's day only celebrated one day? Whole Foods Market in Coral Gables has decided to show mother's some love early, and begin celebrations tomorrow with a free healthy brunch buffet and make-your-own body care class.
So leave the kids with dad for once and grab your friends, coworkers, and fellow mom's and head over.
The brunch, held in the store's Lifestyle Center will begin at 11:30 a.m., and features dishes that adhere to the Whole Foods Market Health Starts Here program. It encourages a plant-strong, nutrient-dense diet free of extracted oils, dairy products, refined sugars and processed foods. The brunch and body care class, led by Whole Foods Market Coral Gables Healthy Eating & Green Mission specialist and Short Order's Camille Lamb is part of the day's larger Mom-a-Rama event, held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Samples and bites are offered in each department along with goodie bags for the first 50 moms who stop by the customer service desk. What better way to start a weekend fulling of indulgence, mother's day brunches, edible flowers, and chocolates than with a healthy alternative and networking with other moms who have worked just as hard all year round?
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