Whole Foods plans to come to Nashua create buzz
There is no denying that Whole Foods Market has found a niche in the supermarket industry with more than 340 stores in North America and the United Kingdom. And, according to supermarketnews.com, Whole Foods expects to open 12 new stores in the fourth quarter of this year, along with 33 to 38 new stores in 2014.
According to the company's website, Whole Foods is the world's leader in natural and organic foods.
Company officials are remaining tight-lipped about the new Whole Foods store in Nashua, but did issue a recent statement about its first store in the Granite State.
Nashua resident Rossy Lopez said she's curious about the arrival of Whole Foods.
"It was a nice experience, but it was too expensive," Durso said. "I really do look for the price when I shop for groceries. I go through fliers and I research for the best deals."
Trivilino, who lives nearby, said she was thrilled to hear the news.
"It will be really nice to have a grocery that caters to my preferences right in my backyard," she posted, stressing she will still be comparison shopping before taking out her wallet.
"I have been waiting for this for years," posted Lisa Havee.
George Durante, program coordinator for Nashua's Office of Economic Development, said the city is excited about the future Whole Foods Market.
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