There is one “traditional” grocery store that has taken a completely different approach: Whole Foods (NASDAQ: WFM). This company has been able to benefit from its focus on organic and “healthy” foods, taking advantage of the trend toward more healthy eating habits. This has allowed it to expand and charge higher prices than traditional grocery chains. Although grocery stores have tried to fight back with their own healthy food options, Whole Foods hasn't missed a beat. This is partly a result of its image and partly a result of the shopping experience at its stores, which are generally more appealing than those of regular grocery chains
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Hogwash with a side order of Bullsheit sprinkled with organic peanuts. This, like all other "growth" stories are the same. Find a niche, grow revenue by opening stores. The stock price gets pumped with high P/E valuations that are unsustainable. Of course the stock is unloaded intomutual funds for suckers to deal with the inevitable loss This organic movement can't grow forever, only so many folks can afford overpriced groceries in the name of "lifestyle experience". .