Josh has a new post up about What Whole Foods Learned from the Recession.

Here is a video that compliments that:


Category: Consumer Spending, Video

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One Response to “Whole Foods Walk Through with CEO Walter Robb

  1. odnalro zeraus says:

    Good salesman, but good manager?
    Their plastic bags to put fruit and vegetables are the cheapest compared to other stores in their price range.
    No ties anymore to tie plastic bags.
    365 brand not always a good value or quality.
    Personally think a bad marketing decision in the long term.
    They have reduced the number of options to buy other brands of higher quality.
    Often, expired products still up on shelves.
    Eggs not always same size but large mixed with Jumbo; etc.
    Prepared food and baked goods not up to the quality of competitors, but still pricey.
    Top management somewhat arrogant style.
    Why do we go there?
    Favorite pet shop close.
    Much closer to out home than other higher end stores. Quality yes, but convenience factor heavy.