A higher standard
A focus on contemporary, convenience and quality is on display at Whole Foods Markets’ latest store in St. Louis.
Located in the stylish Central West End neighborhood, the 28,500-square-foot store opened in late May in the ground floor of a newly built residential high-rise on West Pine Boulevard, bringing the Austin, Texas-based natural foods giant to a walkable neighborhood of restored historic homes, restaurants and students from the nearby Washington University medical complex.
The store appears to make a particular effort to call out the quality standards of its items, as illustrated in the messaging above the dairy case.
Drinks to go
This store combines a draft beer station and wine bar with coffee-to-go.
A selection of cheese available at a service cheese bar. The theater marquee letters are used as a design element throughout the store.
A fresh fruit and grain bar provides shoppers with quick solutions.
Loud and clear
The sign above the meat counter boldly broadcasts Whole Foods’ quality standards.
A refrigerated case highlights meat alternatives.
Whole Foods’ responsibly grown rating system rates fresh produce and flowers based on farming practices impacting health and the environment.
Foods prepared on-site include pizzas, sandwiches and tacos.