DETROIT — Whole Foods Market last week opened an inner-city store here that is a smaller unit than the chain’s norm, with lower prices and a larger selection of private-label items and frozen and prepackaged foods designed to appeal to budget-conscious shoppers. Similar stores are planned for New Orleans and the South Side of Chicago, according to an interview John Mackey, co-chief executive officer, gave to Adweek magazine. Whole Foods has reportedly been offering classes ...

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