Whole Foods Is About To Get A Lot Cheaper

whole-foods-harlemWhole Foods which plans to come to Harlem soon, appears to be losing its loyal customer base. The company’s sales at stores open at least a year, or same-store sales, declined 0.2% last quarter, marking the first quarterly drop since 2009.

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With A Store In Harlem, Fairway Slumps As Epicure Options Grow

Fairway MarketNY Times reports that today, Fairway shares trade around $1.80 — a little more than the price of three tangerines. Continue Reading →

Whole Foods Recalls Products Over Listeria Scare

whole-foods-harlemRefinery29 reports that if you’ve been grocery shopping at Whole Foods recently, it’s time to check your fridge. The supermarket chain that is opening a new store on 125th Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem announced a recall of several salad items over the weekend due to a potential Listeria contamination. Continue Reading →

Whole Foods Is Offering More Amazing Deals

whoe fooddsLast month, Whole Foods (who is coming to Harlem) shocked us all when the supermarket chain, often known for its expensive groceries, gave us a month-long break on our morning coffee prices. They gave us 25-cent cups of java, and we reconsidered our nickname, “Whole Paycheck.” Continue Reading →

Up Close with CC Minton: First Lady Hosts White House Kids State Dinner

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First Lady Michelle Obama hosted fifty-five young and talented chefs at the White House “Kids State” Dinner. Continue Reading →

Raymour & Flanigan Signs Lease At Harlem Development


The Commercial Observer reports that Raymour & Flanigan, the American furniture store that began in 1947 in Syracuse, N.Y., has signed a lease at Jeff Sutton’s Wharton Properties’ six-story retail development on West 125th Street in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Whole Foods Is Finally On The Rise


It’s been nearly three years since Whole Foods announced that it would land on 125th Street in Harlem, and even longer that the site’s been nothing but a hole in the ground. Continue Reading →