June 16, 2024
Canned air

BOZEMAN, MT — Whole Foods, the popular grocery store chain known for its organic and natural products, recently announced its plans to sell “organic air” at its new Bozeman location. The air, which will be sourced from the pristine mountain ranges of Montana, will be sold in individual cans for $20 each.

According to a Whole Foods spokesperson, the organic air is part of the company’s commitment to providing customers with the highest quality products. “We know that our customers in Bozeman are health-conscious and environmentally aware, so we wanted to offer them a product that reflects those values,” the spokesperson said.

The announcement has sparked mixed reactions from Bozeman residents. Some have praised Whole Foods for its innovation and commitment to sustainability, while others have criticized the company for selling a product that is essentially free.

“I can’t believe they’re charging $20 for air that we can breathe for free,” said local resident Wim Hasselhoff. “It’s ridiculous and a waste of money.”

Despite the controversy, Whole Foods says it is committed to moving forward with the organic air product. “We believe that our customers in Bozeman will appreciate the value of organic air and the benefits it provides,” the spokesperson said.

The organic air cans are set to hit the shelves at the new Bozeman Whole Foods location on April 1st, just in time for Earth Month.