Austin, Texas — Whole Foods has apparently decided that good things can come in small packages. While the company, based here, has in the last few years often boasted of the high volumes generated by many of its newer, larger locations — 50,000 square feet and more — it has recently signaled that it could be redirecting its energies toward smaller, more flexible store designs that analysts say could help it fill out some markets more easily. Whole Foods' intentions may have been reflected ...

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