WAUWATOSA – Whole Foods Market announced Wednesday it
will open a 40,000-square-foot store in Wauwatosa.
The natural and organic foods supermarket will open at
Burleigh Road and 112th Street, according to the
“Wauwatosa is not only a dynamic and energetic
community, but also one with a strong passion for
natural and organic foods,” said Michael Bashaw, Midwest
regional president, in a statement. “We are delighted to
join this community and support the wonderful people who
live in it.”
The new Whole Foods Market store will offer organic
fruits and vegetables, specialty items, high-quality
meats and poultry, everyday pantry staples and
sustainable seafood. It will provide grocery staples as
well as a butcher, fishmonger, baker and a team of chefs
creating take-out meals, according to the announcement.
“Whole Foods Market genuinely cares about the
communities it calls home,” Bashaw said. “And we are
overjoyed to join the Wauwatosa community.”
Founded in 1980 in Austin, Texas, Whole Foods Market had
sales of approximately $13 billion in 2013. The store
has more than 370 stores in the United States, Canada,
and the United Kingdom.
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