Whole Foods may have tattoo parlors in new line of ‘365’ stores aimed at millennials
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For those who like tattoos and carefully sourced (sometimes overpriced) food, there is an exciting new possibility one-stop everything on the horizon: according to Bloomberg, Whole Foods is considering adding tattoo parlors to their repertoire. The body art would be part of a broader initiative by Whole Foods called “Friends of 365,” which would find third-party retailers setting up shop in the new chain of Whole Foods spinoff stores called 365, which are cheaper and catered to hip, “tech-friendly” millennials.
In addition to sweet ink, you might be able to find things like barber shops, record stores, knife sharpening, fitness equipment, and other things that millennials supposedly enjoy. The first three 365 stores are set to open on the West Coast later this year.