Whole Foods prices begin to creep back up

Photo of Whole Foods store. (WISH photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Whole Foods’ prices are creeping back up after highly-publicized cuts following its acquisition by Amazon, according to an analysis by the research firm Gordon Haskett.

It says prices at Whole Foods are one percent less than where they were before the merger took place on a basket of 110 items.

Dry, packaged goods have risen the most.

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