Sharing our growth story with the media

I recently appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” program to talk about Whole Foods Market’s progress across a number of fronts. Topics included the innovative grocery pickup and delivery service partnership with Instacart, our company being named one of the first retailers to accept Apple Pay transactions, our upcoming national branding campaign, and more.

Earlier in the summer, I also conducted a wide-ranging interview with Bloomberg Radio. In it, I address the evolving competitive landscape, Whole Foods Markets’ continued growth, value pricing, defying conventional wisdom with the success of Whole Foods Market’s Detroit store, and much more. Listen to my radio interview.

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Sean Eves says …

Just thought to recognize Walter Robb for leading Whole Foods Market in such a positive direction —I was happy to listen to the SF Giants' announcers take time to appreciate his support. I am excited to start using Apple Pay whenever I visit Whole Foods. When I was a Whole Foods Market Team Member, working as a Data and Technology Specialist, we were all over this stuff —I can't wait!

Shari Weber says …

Wonderful news of the growth of Whole foods. We would love one in the Peoria Illinois area. The new development in East Peoria would be a great place!

Theresa Carrington says …

Keep up the great work. It enables us to change the world. Your Friends at The Blessing Basket Project.

Brenda Kearney says …

I love that Whole Foods is using Apple Pay! Glad to hear that the company is doing so well....wish we had a Whole Foods in our Charleston SC (29414) area. Our West Ashley is growing very rapidly..it would be great to not have to cross bridge into Mt. Pleasant to shop...limits the trips to the store