AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market here said last week it plans to open “wellness clubs” at five of its stores before the end of 2011 to help educate consumers about healthier lifestyles. The clubs will be located at single stores in New York, Chicago, Boston, Oakland, Calif., and Princeton, N.J., “and if the prototypes do well, we would open more in 2012 as part of a growth initiative,” John Mackey, chairman and co-chief executive officer, told analysts during a conference call. “Our ...
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