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Whole Foods plans to build distribution center in Pullman neighborhood

Whole Foods Market plans to open a new distribution center in the Pullman neighborhood in early 2018, the company announced Thursday morning [3/17/16] .

The 140,000-square-foot facility will employ about 150 people and replace Whole Foods’ current distribution center in Munster, Ind. It will serve stores throughout the Midwest, including 25 currently in the Chicago area and the three new stores coming to the Chicago neighborhoods of Hyde Park and Englewood and the suburb of Evergreen Park…Please click here for Greg Trotter’s story in the Tribune. Related stories are on CBS Chicago, a City of Chicago press release and in the Times.

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