Whole Foods shops for 150 employees

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Whole Foods is now offering free tours of its new store in San Jose, which is slated to open Dec. 9 at 777 The Alameda. The grocery chain’s new store will feature its usual selection of healthy produce and organic foods, as well as a taproom and microbrewery. In addition, Whole Foods plans to sell produce from local farmers.

Whole Food’s expansion in San Jose is great news for local residents looking for retail jobs. The new store is hiring 150 employees.

Whole Foods also plans to support the local community by donating to nonprofits. For every Facebook like on the page for the San Jose location, Whole Foods gave Friends of the San Jose Rose Garden $1. Altogether, the campaign generated around $900. Whole Foods is also giving 1 percent of the San Jose store’s proceeds from Dec. 15 through Dec. 21 to a variety of nonprofits in the region.

Image courtesy of Whole Foods

Source: Mercury News

 

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