Fascinating, isn’t it, how quickly things evolved—not so long ago, Whole Foods was as good as it got, American supermarket-wise. Turned out, many of the things that made the stores so special were rather easily rolled out elsewhere; Walmart, for example, now sells more organics than anybody else. Better lighting, better design, more ambitious prepared foods, juice and coffee bars, full-service restaurants—turns out, everybody else can do that too. (By the way, has anyone noticed certain other stores now charging more per pound at their salad bars than your average Whole Foods? Because it’s happening.)
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