In the U.S., grocery store sales are a $600 billion industry. With a few key players offering essentially the same product, the industry is dominated by the brands that know how to endear themselves to consumers.
Called the Organic Valley Coffee Shop, this unique pop-up store opened in Manhattan a few weeks ago to lines a dozen deep.
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Whole Foods Market, the upscale purveyor of organic and local food, is opening a new store in economically struggling Detroit June 5 as part of its repositioning as a go-to grocery store for everyday staples for shoppers on any budget.