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  • Whole Foods connects shoppers and farmers
  • Whole Foods connects shoppers and farmers
    Emily Kendall ©
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Whole Foods connects shoppers and farmers

Following its first national advertising campaign that focused on quality and value, Whole Foods is promoting its sustainability in its stores. Using digital screens throughout the store, the upscale grocer is showing people the farms and fields where their food comes from.

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