Whole Foods Plans ‘Express’ Format

Whole Foods Market yesterday said it would convert one of the Wild Oats stores it acquired here to an experimental format called “Whole Foods Market Express,” focusing on convenience items and “grab-and-go” foods.

BOULDER, Colo. — Whole Foods Market yesterday said it would convert one of the Wild Oats stores it acquired here to an experimental format called “Whole Foods Market Express,” focusing on convenience items and “grab-and-go” foods. The 18,500-square-foot location serves a high concentration of University of Colorado students, the company said. Another Wild Oats here will be converted back to the Alfalfa’s Market banner, which Whole Foods said was in tribute to “one of the early pioneers of nat

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