Whole Foods Statistics and Facts (2023)
Last Updated on: October 19th, 2022
Here are a few of the most interesting Whole Foods statistics and facts I was able to dig up including store count, revenue totals and employee counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.
Whole Foods Facts
Here is pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Whole Foods.
Whole Foods was founded in 1980 on the belief that where food comes from, and how it’s grown, matters. It meant creating quality standards, working with suppliers who achieve them, and sharing that information with our customers. And it radically changed the way people understood and shopped for food. The result has been the highest quality natural and organic products, an unmatched experience in more than 500+ stores, with a passionate team of over 90,000 team members, 5 percent of our total net profits given back to our communities each year, and millions of customers who put their trust in us every day. (source)
Whole Foods Store Count
Number of Whole Foods Stores:
Last updated 2/28/21
Whole Foods Employee Count
Number of Whole Foods employees:
Last updated 2/28/21
Additional Whole Foods Statistics
Areas in which Whole Foods are located:
United States, Canada and the United Kingdom
Cities in which Amazon offers Prime Now 2 hour delivery to Whole Foods customers:
Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Richmond, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco and Virginia Beach
Last updated 6/25/18
Amount Amazon paid to purchase Whole Foods in 2017:
Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. A few of these Whole Foods statistics come from their own reports, but some are based on news reports and not official company tallies. No information contained on DMR should be relied upon to make investment decisions. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100%.