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Whole Foods plans a budget chain

Headed out of Whole Foods and found yourself out of a whole paycheque? Never fear; the Austin-based grocery store is planning to launch a new chain of budget-friendly stores. Offering Whole Foods quality without having those Whole Foods prices, the company is seeking a new source of growth.

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