- There's some buzz over Whole Foods Market (WFM +1.7%) after the company's co-CEOs tell CNBC that a goal is in place to have 1,200 stores in the U.S.
- The expansion of Whole Foods Market into smaller markets and inner-cities has gone well enough to embolden the company to take its store count in the U.S. higher.
- One service that Whole Foods might skip for a while is a roll-out of a broad delivery program such as Amazon with AmazonFresh is hinting about. Execs have tipped off in the past that they aren't convinced that the business model is sound.
Whole Foods Market to stay on aggressive expansion track in U.S.
Dec 17 2013, 11:42 ET