In August, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey came under fire from the Left after he argued that the solution to America's health care crisis was to be found in "less government control and more individual empowerment." 

Mackey's Wall Street Journal op-ed described how his company's health care plan covers 90% of Whole Foods employees, costs less than most health insurance plans and provides a "very high degree of worker satisfaction."  For his outspoken opposition to current health care plans being considered in Congress, left-wing activists protested outside Whole Foods stores and called for a boycott of the company, claiming that Mackey's solutions were not good for his employees.

Reason.tv talked to protesters, Mackey and Whole Foods employees about "the Whole Foods alternative to ObamaCare."

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