AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods said last week that it would build a new headquarters here to accommodate its plans to more than triple the number of stores by the end of the decade. The new building also will house an 80,000-square-foot landmark store featuring an emphasis on prepared foods, product demonstrations and other "theatrical" elements, said Will Paradise, president, Southwest Region, in an interview with SN last week. Whole Foods plans to occupy about 170,000 square feet of the ...

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