When the 365 by Whole Foods concept was launched, it was instantly identified as a Millennial-focused, affordable offshoot of Whole Foods. The grocery store market has certainly lived up to these themes by making the most of technology to simplify the shopping experience.
At the stores, shoppers are able to place an order from the on-site kitchen using an iPad kiosk. Beyond providing convenience to tech-savvy shoppers, these automated technology stations are an essential part of how 365 by Whole Foods keeps its operating costs low to pass on savings to consumers.
365 by Whole Foods also features digital price tags, digital scales and digital product scanners that consumers may use to reveal more information about an item.
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