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While the goings-on of the stock market might not be the most thrilling content for about 95% of the population, a sale went through today that got seemingly every food-eater on Earth (that is, all of us) talking. Amazon has bought out Whole Foods, the high-end chain grocery store, for a whopping $13.7 billion. The news brought out Twitter’s biggest jokesters, who had plenty to say about how expensive Whole Foods is.
I too spend $13 billion on Whole Foods, you’re not special Jeff Bezos!!! https://t.co/aw2cJWrvex
– Maya Kosoff (@mekosoff) June 16, 2017
Jeff Bezos spent $13.7 billion on Whole Foods…yeah he bought a large guacamole and a fruit cup
– 🍍 Dollars Horton 🍍 (@crushingbort) June 16, 2017
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