Whole Foods: Catch Me If You Can
AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market is still the one to beat. The nation’s leading natural and organic food retailer receives a lot of criticism for acting more like a conventional retail chain, but its financial performance proves that consumers still love what it sells. Industry observers point out that Whole Foods’ growth indicates huge demand for more choices in the natural/organic food sector. “When you get this large, robust market, and it’s ...
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