By peoplestaff225
September 15, 2015 06:20 PM

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Whole Foods, we like your style.

From September 9 through November 3, the grocery chain is celebrating “Love Fest”: a series of deals and weekly giveaways to show customer appreciation.

“We are looking forward to deepening our connections with customers and saying ‘thank you’ and ‘we love you’ during this special Love Fest season,” the company’s executive vice president of operations, David Lannon, said in a statement. “We can’t wait to surprise and delight shoppers with some of our best-ever deals, weekly giveaways and a few other surprises in our stores as well as in our social media channels.”

The biggest surprise? Coffee that costs about as much as an individually-wrapped Swedish Fish.

From now until September 30, all 12-oz. brewed cups of coffee at their coffee bars will cost just a quarter, with no limit per customer. That’s right, 1,000 coffees cost only $250, meaning you could theoretically stock up on a lifetime supply of coffee and still have enough money to retire.

If this is Whole Foods’ apology for the asparagus water debacle, then we accept it from the bottom of our hearts.

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—Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

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