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Your Hurricane-Supply Kit Just Got A Whole Less Organic

If you want to stock up for Ike in an allegedly eco-friendly, warmly liberal-ish, self-satisfied way, you better hurry.

All local Whole Foods stores are closing as of 10 p.m. tonight.

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