Organic Insider: What the Whole Foods-Amazon Deal Means for the Organic Food Industry

Organic Insider: What the Whole Foods-Amazon Deal Means for the Organic Food Industry

  Yesterday, in a blockbuster deal, Amazon agreed to purchase Whole Foods Market in an all-cash deal for $42 per share or nearly $14 billion. While there is a tremendous amount of analysis about what Amazon’s plans will be for the stores and how this will forever change the overall grocery landscape, I took a different […]

John Mackey Whole Foods
LivingMaxwell.com

 

Yesterday, in a blockbuster deal, Amazon agreed to purchase Whole Foods Market in an all-cash deal for $42 per share or nearly $14 billion.

While there is a tremendous amount of analysis about what Amazon’s plans will be for the stores and how this will forever change the overall grocery landscape, I took a different approach.

On Organic Insider, I looked at how the sale of Whole Foods Market would impact the organic food industry and whether this would be a negative or a positive. For those of us in the industry and for consumers who care greatly about organic, this is a real watershed moment and Amazon could dramatically change the direction of organic, for better or for worse.

To read my full analysis  please sign up for a FREE trial of Organic Insider (no cost, no obligation, no credit card required) and I will send it over to you.

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