Whole Foods now has a plant-filled home decor spinoff


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The next time you visit Whole Foods, you might be able to stock up on half-off adaptogens and score some new plants and home goods for your apartment. Talk about a one-stop shop.

According to Hunker, the grocery store chain is currently testing a home decor spinoff called Plant & Plate, and the first one is already open in Bridgewater, NJ—in fact, it’s been there since March. Sneaky, huh? The lifestyle store—which has a space right inside Whole Foods—is “dedicated to beauty, garden, and home goods rooted in nature.” And, they already have an impressive range of goodies you can pick up.

Plant & Plate—which has a space right inside Whole Foods—is “dedicated to beauty, garden, and home goods rooted in nature.”

So far, no other Plant & Plate shops have been announced—but the existing location has featured products from big names, including Hedley & Bennett aprons, as well as locally sourced goods: there’s jewelry from Hoboken’s Beaucycled, Apotheke candles straight from Brooklyn, and pottery from Bridgewater artist Keiko Inouye. Let’s just say this: If the spinoff spreads, you’ll have to bring a lot more reusable bags the next time you go grocery shopping.

Here are 5 insider shopping secrets from a Whole Foods employee. Or, find out what to buy at Whole Foods when you only have 10 minutes to cook.

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