Whole Foods

NadaMoo! dairy-free brand could extend beyond frozen desserts, says CEO

Plant-based ‘milk’ debate is a ‘bunch of rubbish’

NadaMoo! dairy-free brand could extend beyond frozen desserts, says CEO

By Elaine Watson

The NadaMoo! coconut milk fueled dairy-free brand – which has been growing at an explosive, triple-digit pace over the past three years – is exploring moves beyond the frozen case into new plant-based categories, says its CEO.

Hispanic shoppers emerge as heavy natural, organic buyer in the US

Hispanic shoppers emerge as heavy natural, organic buyers in the US

By Elizabeth Crawford

Hispanic shoppers buy significantly more natural, organic and better-for-you items than the overall US population, which suggests manufacturers in the space could generate even higher sales by targeting the demographic, according to new research from...

Head to Whole Foods on Monday and expect to see lower prices on everything from organic avocados and eggs to almond butter

Whole Pay Check? Not any more, says Amazon

By Elaine Watson

Amazon’s decision to tackle Whole Foods ‘whole paycheck’ moniker from day one with a wave of price cuts sends an immediate signal to rivals that “they are now dealing with a competitor that is not afraid to damage profits and margins if it creates long...

Amazon ‘does not solve all of Whole Foods' woes,’ analyst

Amazon ‘does not solve all of Whole Foods' woes,’ analyst

By Elaine Watson

While Amazon is widely expected to have a transformative impact on Whole Foods over the long term, Whole Foods still faces “the prospect of several years of further decline and worsening financials,” predicts one market observer.

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UPDATE

Has Whole Foods lost its mojo?

By Adi Menayang

As natural and organic goes mainstream, Whole Foods’ differentiator is, well, not that different from the rest of the market anymore, says one retail analyst.

Why did Whole Foods drop edible insect products?

Edible insects: Beyond the novelty factor

By Elaine Watson

If the edible insects market is heating up, and big name retailers from Publix to Sprouts are now stocking cricket bars, snacks and protein powders, why is Whole Foods – which has reportedly temporarily dropped all bug-based products - apparently cooling...

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