‘Whole Paycheck’ no more
Lower prices and more Whole Foods Market locations are coming to shopping centers near you.
That’s the upside for consumers wondering how the marriage of online giant Amazon and Austin-based Whole Foods is working out.
And that “Whole Paycheck” moniker is slowly fading from consumer psyche, said Jim Sud, Whole Foods’ executive vice president of growth and business development.
Sud brought up a term “he’s always hated” during an onstage interview in Dallas on Tuesd...