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The Whole Story on Whole Foods Market

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The Whole Story on Whole Foods Market

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The Whole Story on Whole Foods Market

The Whole Story on Whole Foods Market

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The Whole Foods Market is the largest organic and natural foods grocer in the country and the world. With 157 stores in 28 states, Canada, and Great Britain, Whole Foods has made healthy eating fashionable. Charles Fishman, who profiled the company for Fast Company Magazine, talks with NPR's Susan Stamberg.

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