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Word that organic grocer Whole Foods is likely setting up shop in Trolley Square is welcomed news for Coffee Garden barista Ruth “Rants” Rogers.

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I’m all about Whole Foods. I would much rather have a Trader Joe’s but [since the grocer’s business is based largely on cheap alcohol sales] I’ll take Whole Foods. I think Wild Oats has monopolized our town for long enough. Wild Oats is just Smith’s with an organic label. I think Trolley Square has been ignored for a while now. I like the space.