Houston’s grocery store wars heat up with massive new stores butting heads in the same hot neighborhood (Culture Map)

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By Eric Sandler

hole Foods’ great Houston expansion continues. The Austin-based grocer, known for its extensive selection of organic goods and high-quality prepared foods, has now set April 8 as the opening day for its relocated Woodway store.

The new site replaces a Randalls flagship store that had been a staple in the area. At 45,000 square feet, the new Woodway Whole Foods is almost twice the size of its gorcery store predecessor and only about 10,000 square feet smaller than the massive, newly opened Galleria area store at BLVD Place II.

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