Whole Foods 365 Hits East Coast, Headed for Weehawken

Whole Foods 365, the decidedly cheaper version of the flagship market brand, has opened it’s first location in Brooklyn.

The mini chain, which now has five stores, has often been compared to Trader Joes and is described by many as a “Whole Foods for millennials” with a smaller “more curated” selection of products – especially Whole Foods’ house brand Whole 365.

As reported last June, the first NJ location for Whole Foods 365 is Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken (Read Full Article).


Many early looks of the space have been popping up online including:

The New Whole Foods Spin-Off Has Arrived on the East Coast – Food & Wine – Link

Hundreds of People Lined Up for the Opening of NYC’s First Budget Whole Foods Store – Grub Street – Link

A Look Inside Fort Greene’s Whole Foods Market 365 Before Its Wednesday Launch – Byklner – Link

We went to Whole Foods’ answer to Trader Joe’s to see who does it better – Business Insider – Link


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