NEW YORK — Whole Foods Market, which confirmed plans to open its first store in Brooklyn only weeks ago, is said to have made a deal for another in the trendy Williamsburg neighborhood. The New York Post, citing confidential sources, on Wednesday said the Austin, Texas-based natural foods chain would be a tenant in a building on Williamsburg’s Bedford Ave. that was recently sold. A Whole Foods spokesman declined comment to SN on Wednesday.
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