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March 06, 2009

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Josh King

They settled it because the FTC wanted to save face. This is no big deal for Whole Foods; they successfully completed a consolidating transaction that eliminated their biggest competitor. This is just a small add-on to the transaction costs of a half-billion dollar deal.

Stephanie Paul

I wish this meant that our former Wild Oats store would return to Long Beach, CA. We miss them!

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