REWE und PENNY spenden über 35 Tonnen Lebensmittel für die Augsburger Tafel

Augsburg, Germany, 2015-6-16 — /EPR Retail News/ — Im Vorfeld des 21. Bundestafeltreffens (11. bis 13. Juni) hat sich die Augsburger Tafel die Stadtwette „Stramme Waden für die Augsburger Tafel“ ausgedacht. In deren Rahmen waren am 20. Mai 2015 alle Augsburger aufgerufen, binnen sechs Stunden die 57 Stufen der Eisenberg-Treppe so oft wie möglich zu erklimmen. Mindestens 222.222 Stufen mussten in der Zeit geschafft werden, damit REWE und PENNY zusammen 22 Tonnen Lebensmittel spenden, so hatten es die Wett-Kontrahenten, Augsburgs Oberbürgermeister Dr. Kurt Gribl, und Jochen Brühl, Vorsitzender des Bundesverbands Deutsche Tafel, vereinbart. Am Ende des Treppenlaufs reichten die bewältigten 930.000 Stufen nicht nur zum Wettsieg, sondern rein rechnerisch auch für 17 Besteigungen des Mount Everest. Mit derart viel Einsatz hatte keiner der Beteiligten gerechnet. REWE und PENNY belohnen diese Höchstleistung der Augsburger und stocken ihre Spende für die Augsburger Tafel auf mehr als 35 Tonnen auf.

„Ich bin begeistert. Nicht nur darüber, dass die Augsburger so sportlich sind, sondern vielmehr, dass sie ein so starkes Zeichen für Zusammenhalt und Solidarität mit bedürftigen Menschen gesetzt haben. Daher ist es für uns völlig klar, dass wir unsere Spendenmenge um die Hälfte auf 33 Tonnen erhöhen. Hinzu kommen rund 2,4 Tonnen Lebensmittel, die unsere elf Augsburger REWE-Märkte mit ihrer Kunden-Spendenaktion erzielten. Insgesamt also 35,7 Tonnen Lebensmittel für die Augsburger Tafel“, sagt Martin Brüning, Leiter Unternehmenskommunikation der REWE Group, anlässlich der offiziellen Auflösung der Stadtwette. Die REWE Group unterstützt die Tafeln bereits seit 1996, indem in ganz Deutschland REWE und PENNY Lebensmittel, die nicht mehr verkauft, aber dennoch bedenkenlos verzehrt werden können, kostenlos den Tafeln zur Verfügung stellen. „Wir unterstützen traditionell auch das Bundestafeltreffen, weil wir es wichtig finden, dass die ehrenamtlichen Helfer der Tafeln sich auch einmal an einen gedeckten Tisch setzen können, wo sie doch jeden Tag helfen, die Tisch für andere zu decken“, betont Brüning.

Jochen Brühl, der Vorstands-Vorsitzende des Bundesverbands der Tafeln e.V. meint dazu: „Fast eine Millionen Stufen haben die Augsburgerinnen und Augsburger bei der Stadtwette für ihre Augsburger Tafel erstiegen – eine unglaubliche Anzahl. Trotz Dauerregen und kühlen elf Grad sind die Augsburger sechs Stunden lang gelaufen und haben mit dem erzielten Ergebnis unser Wunschziel von 222.222 Stufen mehr als vervierfacht. Ich bin überwältigt von dem großen Einsatz und dem damit verbundenen Wunsch, den Menschen in Augsburg etwas Gutes zu tun, die auf Unterstützung angewiesen sind. Dieser Einsatz hat sich gelohnt und PENNY und REWE stocken ihre Lebensmittelspende auf  35,7 Tonnen auf. Danke!“

„REWE versteht sich nicht nur als Lebensmittelhändler. Wir übernehmen auch Verantwortung in den Städten, in denen unsere Märkte liegen, und wir wollen Bestandteil der Gesellschaft sein. Als Supermarktkette haben wir täglich hunderttausende Kunden, die mit vollen Einkaufskörben unsere Märkte verlassen. Darüber vergessen wir aber nicht, dass es viele Menschen gibt, die ohne unsere Hilfe hungern müssten“, erklärt Edmund Pillekamp, Vertriebsleiter der REWE-Zweigniederlassung Süd.

„PENNY versteht sich als Nahversorger, als der Discounter um die Ecke. Wir unterstützen seit 2007 mit unseren bundesweit rund 2.200 PENNY-Märkten die Tafeln. Der Tafel-Slogan lautet „Essen, wo es hingehört“ und das ist nicht die Mülltonne“, ergänzt  Andreas Löffler, PENNY-Markt GmbH, Verkaufsleitung Region Eching.

Seit 1996 gehört die REWE Group mit ihren mehr als 6.000 REWE-, nahkauf- und PENNY-Märkten zu den Hauptunterstützern der bundesweit mehr als 900 lokalen Tafeln und des Bundesverbands. Die Märkte geben täglich Lebensmittel ab, die nicht mehr verkauft, aber bedenkenlos verzehrt werden können. Die REWE Group leistet damit schnell und unbürokratisch Hilfe. Über die tägliche Unterstützung mit Lebensmitteln hinaus, arbeitet die REWE Group auch in anderen Projekten wie der Power Kiste mit den Tafeln eng zusammen.

Umfangreiches Engagement der REWE Group für diesjähriges Bundestaffeltreffen

Zum Tafel-Engagement der REWE Group gehört traditionell die Unterstützung des jährlichen Bundestafeltreffens als Hauptsponsor der Veranstaltung. Zum 21. Bundestafeltreffen (11. bis 13. Juni) in Augsburg wurden bis zu eintausend ehrenamtliche Tafel-Aktive sowie Freunde und Förderer der Tafeln aus dem gesamten Bundesgebiet erwartet. Neben der jährlichen Mitgliederversammlung des Bundesverbandes stehen Fortbildungen, ein „Markt der Möglichkeiten“ sowie eine festliche Abendveranstaltung auf dem Programm. Eingeladen zum 21. Bundestafeltreffen hat der Bundesverband Deutsche Tafel e.V. Gastgeber ist die Augsburger Tafel.

Öffentlicher Höhepunkt des Treffens war heute die „Lange Tafel“ auf dem Rathausplatz in Augsburg. An einer etwa 80 Meter langen Tafel werden Tafel-Nutzer, Tafel-Helfer, Förderer der Tafel-Bewegung, prominente Gäste sowie Bürger Platz nehmen, um als Zeichen der Solidarität gemeinsam kostenlos Mittag zu essen.

Die genossenschaftliche REWE Group ist einer der führenden Handels- und Touristikkonzerne in Deutschland und Europa. Im Jahr 2013 erzielte das Unternehmen einen Gesamtaußenumsatz von rund 51 Milliarden Euro. Die 1927 gegründete REWE Group ist mit ihren 330.000 Beschäftigten und 15.000 Märkten in 12 europäischen Ländern präsent. In Deutschland erwirtschafteten im Jahr 2013 rund 226.000 Mitarbeiter in rund 10.000 Märkten einen Umsatz von 36 Milliarden Euro.

Zu den Vertriebslinien zählen Super- und Verbrauchermärkte der Marken REWE, REWE CENTER, REWE CITY und BILLA, der Discounter PENNY sowie die Baumärkte von toom Baumarkt und B1 Discount Baumarkt. Zur Touristik gehören unter dem Dach der DER Touristik die Veranstalter ITS, Jahn Reisen und Travelix sowie Dertour, Meier’s Weltreisen und ADAC Reisen sowie die Geschäftsreisesparte FCm Travel Solutions und über 2.100 Reisebüros (u.a. DER Reisebüro, DERPART), die Hotelketten lti hotels, Club Calimera und PrimaSol Hotels und der Direktveranstalter clevertours.com.

 

Bildunterschrift: von links: Fritz Schmidt ( Vorsitzender der Augsburger Tafel e.V.), Johannes Paul Hoffmann (REWE Region Süd), Edmund Pillekamp  (REWE Region Süd), Andreas Löffler  (PENNY-Markt GmbH), Mate Kalac  (PENNY-Markt GmbH), Dr. Kurt Gribl  (Oberbürgermeister der Stadt Augsburg), Jochen Brühl  (Vorsitzender Bundesverband Deutsche Tafel e.V.)

Ansprechpartner:
REWE Group-Unternehmenskommunikation
Tel: +49 221 149 1050
Mail: presse@rewe-group.com

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REWE und PENNY spenden über 35 Tonnen Lebensmittel für die Augsburger Tafel

REWE und PENNY spenden über 35 Tonnen Lebensmittel für die Augsburger Tafel

CVS Health to acquire Target’s pharmacy and clinic businesses for approximately $1.9 billion

  • CVS Health and Target to offer best-in-class pharmacy and medical clinic services to Target guests and plan to develop Target stores that include CVS/pharmacy
  • Transaction will expand CVS Health’s retail presence in new markets and enhance Target’s wellness offerings

Woonsocket, RI and Minneapolis, MN, 2015-6-17 — /EPR Retail News/ — CVS Health Corporation (NYSE:CVS) and Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement for CVS Health to acquire Target’s pharmacy and clinic businesses for approximately $1.9 billion. Through this agreement, CVS Health will acquire Target’s more than 1,660 pharmacies across 47 states and operate them through a store-within-a-store format, branded as CVS/pharmacy. In addition, a CVS/pharmacy will be included in all new Target stores that offer pharmacy services. Target’s nearly 80 clinic locations will be rebranded as MinuteClinic, and CVS Health will open up to 20 new clinics in Target stores within three years of the close of the transaction. The new clinics will be part of CVS/minuteclinic’s plan to operate 1,500 clinics by 2017. In addition, CVS Health and Target plan to develop five to 10 small, flexible format stores over a two-year period following the deal close, which will each be branded as TargetExpress and include a CVS/pharmacy.

This strategic relationship brings together two leading retailers with complementary strengths, brands and cultures to enhance the health care experience for Target guests while expanding CVS Health’s retail presence in new markets, such as Seattle, Denver, Portland and Salt Lake City.  The transaction enables CVS Health to reach more patients, adding a new retail channel for its offerings, and expanding convenient options for consumers. Given CVS Health’s proven success in growing its business, the relationship is expected to benefit Target’s long-term traffic and sales growth. It also enables Target to strengthen its focus on wellness as a signature category.  Moving forward, enhanced efforts by Target will center on continuing to deliver products and experiences to help guests eat well, be active and find natural and clean label products.

“This strategic relationship with Target supports the highly complementary customer base, brand and culture we share,” said Larry Merlo, CVS Health President and CEO.  “When we introduced the new name for our company, CVS Health, we began a new era of growth with a broader health care focus and an appreciation of the rise of health care consumerism with consumer choice and accountability growing.  This relationship with Target will provide consumers with expanded options and access to our unique health care services that lead to better health outcomes and lower overall health care costs.”

“At Target, we’ve talked a lot about the evolving preferences of our guests and this partnership demonstrates that we’re committed to putting them at the forefront of everything we do,” said Brian Cornell, Target Chairman and CEO.  “By partnering with CVS Health, we will offer our guests industry leading health care services, and at the same time, sharpen our focus on elevating the way we deliver wellness products and experiences to our guests.”

Following completion of the transaction, Target guests will have access to CVS Health’s leading pharmacy care programs and medical clinic services.  Pharmacy programs, including Pharmacy Advisor, Specialty Connect and Maintenance Choice, will help consumers achieve better medication adherence through both improved convenience as well as enhanced pharmacy care counseling.  CVS Health has also committed to having a low-cost generic drug option available to Target’s cash-paying guests.  In addition, with MinuteClinic at Target locations, Target guests will have enhanced access to high-quality affordable medical care.  CVS Health customers will gain the option of an expanded, one-stop Target shopping experience, including apparel, home, fresh food and more, when seeking health care services.

The strategic relationship also unlocks future joint development opportunities.  Together, Target and CVS Health will carefully evaluate and select locations best-suited for new small format Target stores with a CVS/pharmacy inside.  Additionally, Target and CVS Health will explore innovative, new market offerings that have the potential to generate strong returns on investment and offer long-term benefits for customers and communities.

“We operate in a rapidly changing health care and regulatory environment,” added CVS Health’s Merlo.  “This requires companies like CVS Health to continually innovate, providing additional points of access, lowering costs and improving quality for both consumers and payors.”

This acquisition is consistent with each company’s stated goals of investing in core businesses that help drive growth.

CVS Health expects this transaction to generate significant sales and prescription volumes upon closing, and to generate significant operating profit over the long term. The company will finance the transaction with additional debt. In combination with CVS Health’s planned acquisition of Omnicare, this transaction will increase the company’s Adjusted Debt to EBITDA leverage ratio to approximately 3.2x. In support of reaching its leverage target of 2.7x, CVS Health is reducing its share repurchase guidance for 2015 by $1 billion, from $6 billion to $5 billion. This reduction in share repurchases reduces the company’s 2015 Adjusted Earnings Per Share guidance by approximately one cent per share and will lower 2016 Adjusted Earnings Per Share by approximately 4 cents per share.

The timing of closing the transaction is uncertain; assuming it closes near the end of the year, the transaction is expected to be approximately 6 cents dilutive to CVS Health’s Adjusted Earnings Per Share in 2016.  This includes the dilutive impact to 2016 from the lower 2015 share repurchase of approximately 4 cents per share as well as financing costs of approximately 5 cents per share; it excludes integration costs and any transaction or one-time costs associated with the deal. On the same basis, the transaction is expected to be approximately 10 cents accretive to CVS Health’s Adjusted Earnings Per Share in 2017, and at least 12 cents accretive to CVS Health’s Adjusted Earnings Per Share in 2018 and beyond.

This transaction will allow Target to continue offering this traffic-driving business in its stores and deliver a differentiated experience in support of its wellness efforts.  Target’s after-tax net proceeds from the transaction are expected to be approximately $1.2 billion, which Target expects to deploy in support of its long-standing capital priorities, including share repurchase. The transaction is expected to benefit Target’s Segment EBITDA and EBIT margins post-close, is expected to be accretive to Target’s EPS immediately following the deal close, and is expected to add half a percentage point or more to Target’s return on invested capital over time.

The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including necessary regulatory clearance. In-store changes will be rolled out over a period of several months thereafter, as CVS Health and Target work to ensure the smoothest possible transition for all pharmacy and clinic patients.  CVS Health is committing to offering the approximately 14,000 in-store Target health care professionals comparable positions with CVS Health as part of the transition.  Also following the deal closing, Target will further evaluate the business impact and related support needs at its headquarters locations.

Barclays served as the financial advisor to CVS Health. CVS Health was advised on transaction legal matters by Fried Frank and on regulatory matters by Dechert LLP.

Goldman Sachs acted as financial advisor to Target.  Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, and Dorsey & Whitney advised Target on legal matters.

Teleconferences and Webcasts
CVS Health will be holding a conference call today for the investment community at 8:30 am (EDT) to discuss the transaction.  The dial-in number for the call is (800) 755-1805 or, for international callers, (212) 231-2909.  An audio webcast of the call will be broadcast simultaneously on CVS Health’s website for all interested parties.  To access the webcast, please visit the investor relations section of the company’s website at http://investors.CVSHealth.com/  A replay of the call will be available for 7 days starting at 10:30 am (EDT) on June 15 through 10:30 am (EDT) on June 22.  The replay number for the call is (800) 633-8284 or, for international callers, (402) 977-9140 (passcode: 21770599).  The webcast will be archived and available on the CVS Health website for a one-year period following the conference call.

Target will hold a conference call at 9:45 a.m. EDT today. Investors and the media are invited to listen to the call at Target.com/Investors (hover over “company” then click on “events & presentations” in the “investors” column). A telephone replay of the call will be available beginning at approximately 12:30 p.m. EDT today through the end of business on June 22, 2015. The replay number is (855) 859-2056 (passcode: 66577154).

About CVS Health CVS Health (NYSE: CVS) is a pharmacy innovation company helping people on their path to better health.  Through its 7,800 retail drugstores, nearly 1,000 walk-in medical clinics, a leading pharmacy benefits manager with more than 70 million plan members, and expanding specialty pharmacy services, the Company enables people, businesses and communities to manage health in more affordable, effective ways. This unique integrated model increases access to quality care, delivers better health outcomes and lowers overall health care costs.  Find more information about how CVS Health is shaping the future of health at www.cvshealth.com.

About Target
Minneapolis-based Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) serves guests at 1,795 stores and at Target.com. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit to communities, that giving equals more than $4 million a week. For more information, visit Target.com/Pressroom. For a behind-the-scenes look at Target, visit Target.com/abullseyeview or follow @TargetNews on Twitter.

CVS Health Forward-Looking Statement
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws.  By their nature, all forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those contemplated by the forward-looking statements for a number of reasons as described in our Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including those set forth in the Risk Factors section and under the section entitled “Cautionary Statement Concerning Forward-Looking Statements” in our most recently filed Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q.

Target Forward-Looking Statement  
Statements by Target in this release regarding the expected benefits to Target’s long-term traffic and sales growth, Target’s expected after-tax proceeds from the transaction and the expected impact of the transaction on Target’s Segment EBIT margins, EPS and ROIC are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements speak only as of the date they are made and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause Target’s actual results to differ materially. The most important risks and uncertainties include those relating to the certainty around satisfying the conditions to closing the transaction, how Target’s guests react to the transaction, the effectiveness of the ongoing relationship between Target and CVS Health, whether Target will recognize the expected benefits from the transaction and the risks described in Item 1A of Target’s Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2015.

media contact

Nancy Christal Investor Relations, CVS Health
p: (914) 722-4704

Carolyn Castel
Corporate Communications, CVS Health
p: (401) 770-5717

Dustee Jenkins
Public Relations
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John Hulbert
Investor Relations
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J. C. Penney Company, Inc. grants equity inducement award to Andrew Drexler in connection with the commencement of his employment

PLANO, Texas, 2015-6-17 — /EPR Retail News/ — In accordance with the New York Stock Exchange rules regarding equity inducement awards, J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP) announced that on June 11, 2015, an equity inducement award of 78,358 stock options and 31,437 restricted stock units (RSUs) was granted to Andrew Drexler, the Company’s Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer and Controller, in connection with the commencement of his employment. The Company previously disclosed this award in connection with the announcement of Mr. Drexler’s appointment in May.

The options and RSUs will vest in thirds on the first, second and third anniversaries, respectively, of the grant date, provided Mr. Drexler remains continuously employed with the Company through those dates.

Media Relations:
(972) 431-3400 or jcpnews@jcp.com

Investor Relations:
(972) 431-5500 or jcpinvestorrelations@jcpenney.com

About JCPenney:
J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE: JCP), one of the nation’s largest apparel and home furnishing retailers, is dedicated to fitting the diversity of America with unparalleled style, quality and value. Across approximately 1,020 stores and at jcpenney.com, customers will discover a broad assortment of national, private and exclusive brands to fit all shapes, sizes, occasions and budgets. For more information, please visit jcpenney.com.

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Meijer opens new supercenter on Detroit’s northwest side

New 200,000-square-foot neighborhood store located at the site of former Redford High School

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., 2015-6-17 — /EPR Retail News/ —  Continuing its investment in Detroit, Meijer opened a new supercenter today on the city’s northwest side. The nearly 200,000-square-foot store is located near the Old Redford and Brightmoor neighborhoods and provides local residents the opportunity to walk – rather than drive – to get fresh groceries.

“We always work hard to find locations that will best serve communities, so we are proud that this neighborhood store will provide our new neighbors a fresh grocery option,” Co-Chairman Doug Meijer said. “We’re very excited to offer a one-stop shopping experience and do our part in helping this neighborhood continue to grow and thrive.”

Built on the site of the former Redford High School, the new Meijer supercenter is the latest of 11 new stores the retailer is opening throughout the Midwest this year. The new store provides customers with quality merchandise, more than 600 types of fresh produce and a full-service, drive-thru pharmacy that puts family health care first, including walk-in health screenings, comprehensive immunizations and specially trained diabetes-care pharmacists.

“The opening of a second Meijer store in Detroit is the latest example of our ability to attract new investment in our neighborhoods,” said Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan. “Having two Meijer stores to serve as retail anchors is filling an important need in our city and creating significant job opportunities for Detroit residents as well.”

The store features a true marketplace environment, with fresh dairy and produce delivered daily, bakery items – such as bread and custom decorated cakes – made throughout the day, and a full-service deli. It also features a more traditional butcher shop environment, complete with a full-service meat counter, providing custom-cuts of Certified Angus Beef.

The new Detroit Meijer, at the intersection of Grand River and McNichols Ave., creates more than 300 jobs and demonstrates a commitment to community that has guided the family-owned retailer through the years. Meijer donates more than 6 percent of its net profit each year to charitable organizations and also offers its Simply Give program to support local food pantries.

The company also partners with local farmers and businesses, when available, to provide locally-grown produce and other local products. For example, the new Detroit Meijer will feature Detroit Bold Traditions Coffee, Better Made Potato Chips, Sanders Ice Cream and distinctive craft beers from Detroit-based Motor City Brewing Works.

Additionally, the Detroit Meijer store will be the latest to highlight Michigan small businesses through the retailer’s Made in Michigan initiative with the Michigan State University Product Center for Food-Ag-Bio. Last year, Meijer expanded its program that supports small Michigan businesses to feature 16 new Michigan-made grocery items in all stores statewide. This year’s lineup will include strawberry syrup by Jessica’s Natural Foods in Birmingham, walnut and almond granola from Pure Blend Granola in Clawson, hot salsa from Mrs. Pruitt’s Cha-Cha Salsa in Detroit, ginger teas from Foods (Food for Thought) in Honor, ginger teas from Sweetwaters in Ann Arbor, and multigrain flatbread and pizza crust by Easy Artisan Bread in Tecumseh.

“There’s so much history and pride here, so many people who’ve lived their entire lives in the city of Detroit, that the opportunity to provide healthy living options in these communities is something our company is grateful to be a part of,” Store Director Jay Mahabir said. “We already feel like a part of the neighborhood and are looking forward to providing a store that’s welcoming to everyone.”

About Meijer:
Meijer is a Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer that operates 217 supercenters and grocery stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. As a pioneer of the “one-stop shopping” concept, Meijer stores have evolved through the years to include expanded fresh produce and meat departments, as well as pharmacies, comprehensive apparel departments, garden centers and electronics offerings. Additional information on Meijer and the ability to shop for more can be found at www.meijer.com. Follow Meijer on Twitter @twitter.com/Meijer or become a fan at www.facebook.com/meijer.

Contact: Frank Guglielmi, 616-791-3814, frank.guglielmi@meijer.com

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Meijer opens new supercenter on Detroit’s northwest side

Meijer opens new supercenter on Detroit’s northwest side

Whole Foods Market, Inc. launches its new streamlined, value-focused brand: 365 by Whole Foods Market

Announces president of new smaller footprint, quality-meets-value stores opening in 2016

AUSTIN, Texas, 2015-6-17 — /EPR Retail News/ — Whole Foods Market, Inc. (NASDAQ: WFM) today announced the name of its new streamlined, value-focused brand: 365 by Whole Foods Market. Slated to begin opening in 2016, the new stores will offer convenience and everyday low prices on natural and organic products that meet the company’s industry-leading quality standards.

Jeff Turnas, a 20-year Whole Foods Market veteran, will serve as president of 365 by Whole Foods Market and will be based at the company’s headquarters in Austin. Turnas has held various leadership positions on both the product and operations fronts, including president of the company’s North Atlantic Region, and most recently as president of its U.K. Region.

“We are excited to introduce 365 by Whole Foods Market to bring healthy foods to even more communities with a fresh, quality-meets-value shopping experience that’s fun and convenient,” Turnas said. “A modern, streamlined design with innovative technology and a carefully curated product mix will offer an efficient and rewarding way to grocery shop.”

“For the past 37 years, we have built our company by leading with high quality standards and continuous innovation. We are now excited for the next evolution to extend our offerings to a broader audience in a way that complements our successful Whole Foods Market brand,” Turnas said.

For more information, visit 365WFM.com.

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Whole Foods Market, Inc. launches its new streamlined, value-focused brand: 365 by Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market, Inc. launches its new streamlined, value-focused brand: 365 by Whole Foods Market