Whole Foods closing six stores nationwide, including Massachusetts location

BROOKLINE, Mass. — Whole Foods Market is closing six of its stores across the country, including one location in Massachusetts.

A spokesperson for the company confirmed the Whole Foods in Brookline is among the closures. The other locations are Montgomery and Mobile, Ala., Tarzana, Calif., and Englewood and DePaul in Chicago, Ill.

“As we continue to position Whole Foods Market for long-term success, we regularly evaluate the performance and growth potential of each of our stores, and we have made the difficult decision to close six stores,” the spokesperson said. “We are supporting impacted Team Members through this transition and expect that all interested, eligible Team Members will find positions at our other locations.” 

Whole Foods has more than 530 stores nationwide, including 33 in Massachusetts.

The address for its Brookline location is 1028 Beacon St.

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