Whole Foods is bad for being big… and profitable

AlterNet serves up some organic vitriol for capitalism:

The problem with Whole Foods isn’t necessarily its management or financial performance; it’s that the company has morphed into what amounts to a “sustainable” version of Wal-Mart and Kroger and every other multi-billion dollar supermarket chain.

How is that? No mention of anything unethical or illegal. It’s just big. And profitable. Oh, and did we mention that it’s big? And that’s bad.