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Whole Foods Interested in Brookline Johnnie's Foodmaster

Whole Foods is in talks to acquire six of the 10 Johnnie's Foodmaster sites, including the one in Arlington, Boston.com reports. What do you think? Let us know by posting a comment below.

Whole Foods is looking to buy or lease the --a.k.a.  on Beacon Street in Brookline, according to a report on Boston.com.

The Texas-based upscale supermarket chain is in talks to acquire six of the 10 Johnnie’s Foodmaster locations -- Arlington, Brookline, Charlestown, Melrose, South Weymouth and Somerville – the news site reports.

It’s not yet known whether the sites would be run as Johnnie’s or Whole Foods if the deal goes through, according to the report.

Currently, the two closest and on Washington Street in Brighton. If the plan goes through, and Johnnie’s becomes a Whole Foods, the  would be in West Somerville at 105 Alewife Brook Parkway.

Do you want Whole Foods to move in? Or are you a Johnnie’s loyalist?
Let us know by posting a comment below.

People tend to have strong opinions about both Whole Foods and Johnnie’s, the family-owned grocery store that John DeJesus Sr. started in East Cambridge in 1947. In June, Johnnie’s president, John A. DeJesus, for withdrawing his liquor-store license in order to support another small-business owner’s new venture.

Read the full Boston.com story here.

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