Protesters’ problem with new Whole Foods concept: An ex-rabbi’s alleged sex scandal

The following is a repost of an article by Justin Wm. Moyer first published on the Washington Post on May 25, 2016.

As the ribbon is cut at the first 365 store in Los Angeles on Wednesday, however, protesters at that location and at a Whole Foods in Manhattan will focus on an issue unrelated to $6 asparagus water and systemic overcharging. The protesters are targeting Whole Foods CEO John Mackey’s links to Marc Gafni, a former rabbi who allegedly had sex with a number of his followers, including two teenage girls, as the New York Times reported last year.

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