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Published reports say that Whole Foods is launching a promotional push to sell Thanksgiving turkeys and other traditional Thanksgiving dishes – such as cranberry sauce and stuffing. Which wouldn’t be a big deal, except that it is doing so in the UK, where they don't celebrate Thanksgiving.

The retailer reportedly is targeting the London’s large American population, which it feels will welcome a little bit of holiday home cooking on a day that is just another day for the locals.
KC's View:
I love this idea. Though I wonder if Whole Foods would ever consider a selective promoting of Guy Fawkes Day celebrations here in the US?