Recently Opened Whole Foods in Deep-Blue City Closes Due to “High Crime” and “Hostile Customers”

by J Pelkey
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Whole Foods is the latest major chain to learn that it’s extremely difficult to operate in filthy, crime-ridden, drug-infested liberal hellholes in the United States.

The multinational supermarket chain, which is a subsidiary of Amazon, recently opened a location in Downtown San Francisco.

The location is already closing a little over one year after opening its doors due to high crime and public drug use near the store.

Store employees do not feel it is a safe work environment.

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The store is one of the largest supermarkets in downtown San Francisco.

The flagship store cut operating hours due to “high theft” and hostile customers in October of last year.

From The San Francisco Standard:

One of the largest supermarkets in Downtown San Francisco—the Whole Foods Market at Eighth and Market streets—intends to shut down at the close of business Monday just a little more than a year after the store opened, company officials told The Standard.

“We are closing our Trinity location only for the time being,” a Whole Foods spokesperson said in a statement. “If we feel we can ensure the safety of our team members in the store, we will evaluate a reopening of our Trinity location.”

A City Hall source told The Standard the company cited deteriorating street conditions around drug use and crime near the grocery store as a reason for its closure.

The beleaguered grocery store on Market Street slashed its operating hours due to “high theft” and hostile visitors in October last year, according to one of the store’s managers. And in November, the store enforced new bathroom rules after syringes and pipes were found in the restroom.

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