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About Whole Foods Market, Nashville

Whole Foods Market Inc. is an American supermarket chain exclusively featuring foods without artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, sweeteners, and hydrogenated fats. The precursors of Whole Foods were John Mackey and Renee Hardy Laswon's SaferWay store, founded in 1978, and Craig Weller and Mark Skiles' Clarksville Natural Grocery, both in Austin, Texas. On September 20, 1980, these stores merged to open the first Whole Foods Market Store, also in Austin, the company's current headquarters. In the 1990s, Whole Foods bought a series of organic food chain competitors, including Wellspring and Freshfield's, quickly cementing its position as the highest-volume seller of organic food in the United States. As of September 2015, it has 91,000 employees and 431 supermarkets in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, and has its main produce procurement office in Watsonville, California. As of 2015, founder John Mackey and Walter Robb were co-CEOs of the publicly traded company, with John Elstrott as chairman. In November 2016, the company announced that Walter Robb would be stepping down as co-CEO at the end of year and would remain with the company as a director. It became a Fortune 500 company in March 2005 and is the 30th largest retailer in the U.S., based on 2014 revenue. On June 16, 2017, it was announced that Amazon.com would acquire Whole Foods for $13.7 billion at $42 per share, a 27 percent premium to its previous closing price. Following the conclusion of the deal at the end of 2017, Whole Foods will become a subsidiary of Amazon, widely expanding Amazon's presence as a physical retailer.


Overview of Whole Foods Market

Whole Foods Market lies in the city of Nashville in United States. Although listed here, Whole Foods Market is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Nashville.

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Nashville Showboat Lunch or Dinner Cruise on the General Jackson
View Deal Nashville Showboat Lunch or Dinner Cruise on the G... 224 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours From USD 88.25/person

Board one of the country’s largest paddle-wheel boats for a spectacular lunch or dinner cruise down Nashville’s Cumberland River! Relax and admire views from the decks, indulge in a Southern meal and enjoy live entertainment including talented musical performers, dancers and comedy.

Ticket to Grand Ole Opry Radio Show with Transport
View Deal Ticket to Grand Ole Opry Radio Show with Transport 127 Reviews | Duration: 3.5 hours From USD 72.61/person

No trip to Nashville is complete without a visit to the Grand Ole Opry, a famous venue home to the longest-running live radio show in America. With your ticket, enjoy an entertaining show and see where some of the world’s most renowned country music stars launched their careers. You’re sure to have a great time at this classic Nashville musical extravaganza!

Civil War and Plantation Tour from Nashville
View Deal Civil War and Plantation Tour from Nashville 52 Reviews | Duration: 7 hours From USD 68.52/person

Get an inside look at the bloodiest hours of the American Civil War on this tour from Nashville to Franklin, the site of the famous Battle of Franklin in 1864. Learn from your knowledgeable guide about the war’s dark history as you visit the Lotz House and Carter House, which still bear bullet holes and blood stains. You’ll also tour the Carnton Plantation and learn about its role during and after the war, when it became the country's largest private Confederate cemetery.

Explore The City Tour of Nashville
View Deal Explore The City Tour of Nashville 66 Reviews | Duration: 72 minutes From USD 45/person

Want to see Nashville from a locals perspective? Want to have your own personal guide for you or your group? Now you can! Joyride offers the country’s most unique sight seeing experience using our open air low speed vehicles.  Visit over 35 sightseeing locations during which you get to see, touch and smell your way through Nashville.

Share your experience - Rate Whole Foods Market, Nashville

  • Loved Whole Foods. They were experience helpful in finding be a place to pump while I was on the go. They are amazing and thank you so much for your help! As a woman, it's so nice to be able to find public/private places to pump milk for the little one.

  • Parking is SO easy (which is very nice). Prices are way to high, but amazon will fix that soon. For the most part the staff is helpful and knowledgeable.

  • Hi I love whole foods and was in need of a cheeseburger today. I ordered one from your new food bar. 1. Didn't get the cheese and 2. the french fries were not cooked enough, soggy. This is constructive criticism and I may try it again. thaks,

  • I love this store! People are knowledgeable and helpful. The only disappointment is that I can never find people on the floor that can help me find things. I have to go ask at the cheese counter. (which is fabulous...maybe they just want you to discover their cheese, but I need help on the floor.)

  • In the back of the Juice Bar they have so much Mold that it is not even funny, Very nasty, unsanitary, dangerous and hazardous to employees and customers health.At this location.. (GREEN HILLS).. Wholefoods have been told repeatedly about his or her concerns regarding the hazardous issues and wholefoods management have ignored employees and patrons, employees have been telling them about the warnings for the past four years now.. According to old employees.. And they still have not fixed these concerns regarding the hazardous MOLD that is growing in the back and front of the Juice Bar. The people should no and proceed with extreme caution!!

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