LAS VEGAS — To go head-to-head with Whole Foods, retailers must think “radically differently,” just as Whole Foods has done to create the powerhouse company it has become, an industry consultant told a workshop audience during the National Grocers Association's annual convention here. With Whole Foods, Austin, Texas, achieving sales of $926 per square foot and the average conventional supermarket at just $400 per square feet, Art Turock, a Seattle-based consultant, challenged conventional ...

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