Whole Foods Market opens Giffnock store

By | Nov 26, 2011

Whole Foods Market UK is to open its first branch in Scotland this month in Giffnock near to Glasgow.

The shop focuses only stocks natural and organic products and will support local suppliers and businesses. With over 400 of the items in store sourced from Scottish producers including smoked salmon from Oban, oysters from the Firth of Clyde and full range of Scottish cheese, we think this Giffnock Whole Foods Market will be great platform for Scottish food products.

David Doctorow, vice president of Whole Foods Market UK is quoted as saying, “We are incredibly excited to be opening in Scotland and bringing with us a new way of presenting and experiencing food. Many of our products have been sourced from within Scotland, which collectively showcase some of the best artisan producers from the length and breadth of the country.”

Whole Foods Market originated in the US now have 300 stores world wide with an annual turnover of more than £5 billion. The only other Whole Food the company has in the UK are all within London



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