Trader Joe's Alternative

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  • Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are successful, in my opinion, because they market the experience. Everything about each one, although different, provides the shopper with the feel that they aren't at a typical grocery store. You don't want to get your groceries and go. You kind of want to stick around to see what happens.
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Trader Joe's Alternative

  1. 1 Company I Wish Was Public, And the 1 To Buy Instead
  2. My Favorite Company I can’t Buy • Trader Joe’s is my favorite grocery store • Trader Joe’s is exceptionally well run • Trader Joe’s is private, so I had to find an alternative
  3. Operations 2009 2013 2009 2013 Revenue $8 Billion* N/A $8.2 Billion $12.5 Billion (LTM) Sales Per Square Foot $1,750* N/A $732.04 $1,027 Locations 344 415 289 348
  4. Operations SKU Count 4,000 21,000 Private Label Brand Trader Joe’s 365 Private Label Penetration 80% + 11%
  5. 1 Company To Buy Instead • Store counts • Still growing • Sales per square foot • Well above industry average • Private Label penetration • Above average, and growing • Typically carry higher margins
  6. Glassdoor Rating
  7. Employee Stewardship
  8. Employee Stewardship Medical, Dental, Vision X X Above Average Wages X X 401(k) Savings X X Wellness Account X
  9. Environmental Stewardship Top 3 Ranking - Greenpeace's Seafood Sustainability Scorecard X X Private Labels GMO Free X X Emphasis on Local Sourcing X
  10. 1 Incredible Alternative: Whole Foods (Nasdaq: WFM)
  11. Whole Foods (Nasdaq: WFM) • Whole Foods (Nasdaq: WFM) is a well run alternative to my favorite grocery store • Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s share many above average operational metrics • Whole Foods excels in a number of areas beyond Trader Joe’s • Both Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods continue to grow stores at an impressive pace • Recent performance has made Whole Foods expensive, but with lots of growth left the price seems justified
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