Whole Foods will be closing nine stores, including two in Colorado, and will eliminate their kitchen commissaries, which makes prepared food.

The move is a result of a sixth consecutive quarter in failing sales.

Whole Foods on Baseline Road in Boulder and the store on New Center Point in Colorado Springs will both be closing their doors, in addition to two stores in California, one store in Chicago, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Georgia.

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The closures and subsequent price reductions will help Whole Foods have a healthier bottom line.


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