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Whole Foods Gets New Mid-Atlantic Regional President

AUSTIN, Texas - Whole Foods Market, Inc. has named Ken Meyer president of its Mid-Atlantic Region.

Meyer came to Whole Foods in 1996 and has held various positions, including store team leader, and v.p. of the Southwest Region. In March 2001 he became president of the South Region.

"Three years ago, Ken was named president of the new South Region, which was formed by combining the Whole Foods Market stores in North Carolina and Atlanta with the newly acquired Harry's Farmers Market stores in Atlanta. He has led an amazing turnaround at the Harry's stores from both a merchandising and profitability standpoint, and has built an outstanding regional leadership team," said A.C. Gallo, co-president of Whole Foods, in a statement. "We are fortunate to have someone of Ken's ability and successful track record available to assume the role of regional president for the Mid-Atlantic Region, one of the largest regions in the company."
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