AUSTIN, Texas -- Whole Foods Market will begin rolling out a centralized purchasing system this spring that will track product movement and prices, and maintain costs chainwide. Currently, all product purchasing is done store by store, and inventory and product movement is maintained by a local database in each store. Through the new system, information such as product movement, item costs and price margins will be maintained in a database centrally located at Whole Foods Market ...
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