Whole Foods Market is bringing Home Ec classes to us this August with the help of virtual classes

Whole Foods Market launches Home Ec 365. Image Courtesy Clay Grier, Whole Foods
Whole Foods Market launches Home Ec 365. Image Courtesy Clay Grier, Whole Foods /

Whole Foods Market is offering virtual Home Ec classes

It’s time to learn something new this summer and Whole Foods wants to help. In an effort to make adulting easier than ever, the company is offering virtual Home Ec classes that will help modernize the lessons we once learned.

And if you have never had the pleasure of Home Ec classes, then this is definitely your chance to learn some of those life lessons that we may have missed out on.

So what exactly is Whole Foods offering with their virtual classes? According to a press release from the company, there are a variety of classes that are all free, and even offer coupons for the goods shown when you register.

Home Ec classes from Whole Foods are lessons in adulting

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Among the courses being offered are these three gems which we are actually rather excited about (and wow do I feel old saying that):

  • So Fresh & So Clean: How to Effectively Clean Your Appliances
  • Use ‘Em Up! How to Transform Food Scraps & Leftovers
  • Smarter Shopping: Save, Stock & Invest

Now, I don’t know about you, but these classes seem like a great idea for people of any age, especially if you are trying to learn life lessons that it feels like everyone else already has mastered.

The classes are in partnership with influencer experts who already have a grasp on these lessons that might seem obvious to some. At the same time, this is a great way for Whole Foods to give their 365 by Whole Foods Assortment products a spotlight.

If you are interested in learning more about these Home Ec classes and the line of 365 classes check out the registration page powered by Teachable here.

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What do you think of Home Ec classes for adults? Are you interested in taking classes from Whole Foods? Tell us what you think in the comments.