Whole Foods' pending arrival signals change in Oklahoma City's discount-heavy grocery market
The addition of a National Basketball Association franchise to Oklahoma City in 2008 may have sent a message to America that the big leagues had arrived in the Sooner State. But many residents of Oklahoma City are waiting to celebrate a different shot of “Thunder.” A Whole Foods Market is under construction and set to open next year in an upscale shopping complex known as Classen Curve in Northwest Oklahoma City. The store would be the first in Oklahoma for the Austin, Texas-based natural ...
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