Quality Management Case Study: Whole Foods Company

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Whole Foods Company (WFC) was founded in Austin, Texas in 1978 when four local businesspeople decided the natural foods industry was ready for a supermarket format. Their aim is to search for the finest natural and organic foods available, maintain the strictest quality standards in the industry, and have an unshakeable commitment to sustainable agriculture.
WFC started to implement a new vision of a sustainable future where companies, governments, and institutions will be held accountable for their actions, people will better understand that all actions have repercussions and also, it will be a world that values education and a free exchange of ideas by an informed citizenry. Their core values are to sell the highest quality of natural and organic products that is available, to satisfy, delight and nourish their customers, support team member excellence and happiness, create wealth through profits and wealth, serve and support their local and global communities, practice and advance environmental stewardship, create win - win partnership with their suppliers and promote the health of their stakeholders The company has Whole
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Triple Bottom Line (TBL) is a method of evaluating corporate performance by measuring environmental sustainability and social responsibility in addition to profits. It is approach that measures how a company affects people, planet, and profit and it is commonly referred to as the Three P's. WFC gains $14.2bn annual revenue, and it is a successful company that can meet their demanding consumers of organic foods which does not have environmental and social

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