Whole Foods Introducing New Concept Stores

Whole Foods Market is opening new streamlined, value-focused stores branded 365 by Whole Foods Market beginning in 2016 to complement existing stores by offering convenience and everyday low prices on natural and organic products that meet the company’s quality standards. The new 38,000-square-foot Uptown Dallas Whole Foods Market scheduled to opening soon at Mckinney Avenue and Ross Avenue as part of a high-rise apartment project is not one of the new concept stores.

The smaller stores with lower prices will include grocery staples, convenience options for meat, seafood and bakery items, an assortment of local products and prepared foods. Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods Market, states, “This uniquely branded store concept will offer our industry-leading standards at value prices in an environment featuring a modern design, innovative technology and a curated product selection,” said. "It will deliver a convenient, transparent, and values-oriented experience, appealing to anyone looking for high-quality fresh food at great prices.”

For more information, visit WholeFoodsMarket.com.

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