Whole Foods manages to make salmon consumers abandon its competitors
Fish sales at a Whole Foods store. (Photo: Whole Foods)
(UNITED STATES, 10/6/2017)
After Amazon purchased Whole Foods, its price slashing strategy, from fresh fish to produce, led to an increase of customers 'stolen' from its competitors.
The USD 13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods was completed in late August. Since then, Amazon has slashed the prices of dozens of items, including fresh Atlantic salmon, at all 460 of its new grocery stores.
Data analytics firm Thasos Group stated that foot traffic to Amazon's new grocery store jumped 17 per cent during the week that Whole Foods cut its prices, compared to the same week a year earlier, MyTwinTiers reported.
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