Whole Foods Market announced 30 awards presented to suppliers in the Unites States, UK, and Canada as part of the company’s tenth-annual Supplier of the Year Awards for 2021.
On the heels of a global pandemic, much has changed over the past two years in the world of grocery retailing, and with it, the various dynamics of what may lie ahead for the fresh produce industry.
As previously announced, the Sherman Oaks store is the second of two Whole Foods Market stores opened this year that feature Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology.
In the past, I have betrayed a certain lack of fondness for the Amazon Fresh concept. I admit that this is an entirely subjective response based on my visits to the Bloomingdale, IL, location.
The store will be in Trinity Place, a luxury apartment complex that did not exist when I lived in the city (or the City, to go with the natives’ preferred capitalization).
Amazon’s initial foray for its own branded grocery, Amazon Fresh, was an online-only venture. To expand further, it needed credibility.
Indoor farming company Square Roots now supplies all Whole Foods stores in New York and Michigan with their fresh herbs.
Today, Whole Foods Market global buyers and experts unveiled their top 10 anticipated food trends for 2022 in the retailer’s seventh-annual Trends predictions.
Jason Buechel joined Whole Foods in 2013 as Global Vice President and Chief Information Officer and was promoted in 2015 to Executive Vice President before being named Chief Operating Officer in 2019.
Amazon's Just Walk Out technology is available in the retailer's Amazon Fresh physical stores. Customers are prompted at the store’s entry gates to choose if they want to use Just Walk Out shopping or the traditional checkout lanes.