The 9 biggest places to buy food by Beth Kowitt @FortuneMagazine June 19, 2015, 11:28 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons For evidence of consumers’ changing eating habits, look no further than the Fortune 500. Shoppers are now spending their dollars in ways that are having a real impact on the places where they buy their food. The restaurant and supermarket chains that moved up our ranking, calculated by revenue, were the most likely to be aligned with consumers’ views on health and wellness. Take Kroger. The supermarket giant, which has own its natural food brand called Simple Truth, jumped a few spots, as did Publix, which has a solid reputation for fresh food. Whole Foods Market, which has paved the way in the organic arena, also moved up the list. Meanwhile, McDonald’s and Darden Restaurants, the company behind Olive Garden, both dropped. They’ve lost ground to “fast casual” restaurants like Chipotle and Panera, which bill their food as natural and healthy. Scroll down for the full list of the biggest supermarket and restaurant chains of the Fortune 500.