Whole Foods Market Plans To Open Midtown Detroit Store

DETROIT (WWJ) – The co-CEO of Whole Foods Market says the upscale grocery chain isn’t treating Detroit to half a loaf.

Walter Robb promised nothing less “than our very best” in a speech to the Detroit Economic Club Friday.

Whole Foods plans to open a 20,000-square-foot market next year with about 75 employees in Detroit’s Midtown.

The Austin, Texas-based grocer has five other Michigan stores.

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