Such is the interest among British retail executives ahead of the opening in June of the first Whole Foods Market store in London that they alone could probably fill the store during its first few weeks of trading. They are licking their lips in anticipation of what is expected to be an exciting addition to the U.K. food scene, and one from which they will seek to learn a lot about how to be successful at merchandising and selling upscale, healthful foods. Ben Miller, program manager of ...

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