Whole Foods Testing Loyalty Program as Sales Slow

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    http://www.colloquy.com/breaking_view.asp?xd=10928

    Austin, Texas based Whole Foods Market is currently testing a new loyalty program called Hello 365 in eight stores in Illinois, Indiana and Florida that offers a 10% discount on its private-label line of groceries. The organic food chain faces increasing competition from other specialty grocers around the country such as Sprouts Farmers Market and even national chains such as Kroger, which is working to improve their organic foods selections
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    The Hello 365 program is designed to entice value-conscious shoppers to try more of the products from their in-house brand known as 365 Everyday Value Items that includes cereal, vitamins, frozen pizza and milk.

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    I'm in one of those states (FL) and haven't seen any 10% discounts or loyalty programs at WF. However, I vividly remember John Mackey as a cheating and lying clown from his battle to take over the Wild Oats Markets a couple of years ago.
     

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