By its own count, Whole Foods Market has plenty of room left to grow. The company says that its 355-store footprint -- covering 13 million square feet -- is nothing close to market saturation. Instead, Whole Foods sees demand for up to 1,000 locations in the U.S alone.
In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos gives viewers three reasons Whole Foods could hit that ambitious target. Industry-trouncing sales growth, increasing profits, and a flexible store plan give the grocer a good shot at that long-term goal, he says.
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