I love Whole Foods. Every weekend, Danielle and I buy groceries at our (not-so) local store. The prices are comparable to other supermarkets for the products we buy. Add better quality produce and an enjoyable shopping experience, and Whole Foods is the perfect grocery store. Yet, I understand that no company can be perfect. Witness this found on the shelf for a can of soup:
I’d probably keep that one a secret if I managed Whole Foods. I’m left wondering who printed that out and failed to notice a negative savings. As a software developer, I cringe at code so dumb that it lets that slip through the evaluation process. I did laugh at the absurdity, and we weren’t going to Target this week, so -20¢ savings soup it was. But now we know, buy soup at Target.