Whole Foods wants stores in populated areas where people have discretionary income thanks to jobs that require at least a bachelor's degree. So we uncovered the most-likely places where Whole Foods could turn an ex Sears or Kmart into a new market.
ALDI is now dominating the discount-grocery wars, beating both Whole Foods and Trader Joe's combined
ALDI already has 3x the number of stores as both Whole Foods and Trader Joe's, and plans to open 2,500 stores by the end of 2022. How does that stack up against its competitors?
In the US grocery wars, is there really room for another European company? If they're going to survive, they're going to need better data.