NANTUCKET, Mass. — Whole Foods Market said at an analyst conference here last week it plans to charge a monthly fee of about $40 or $50 when it begins opening in-store wellness clubs later this year. As previously reported, Austin, Texas-based Whole Foods plans to test five of the clubs, which will offer nutrition education, discounts on groceries and other health-related benefits. In a press release on Whole Foods' website, the company said the first of the wellness clubs — an outgrowth ...

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