The Semi-Secret World Of Trader Joe's: The Tasty Bits
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Fortune reporter Beth Kowitt spent two months digging into the veiled world of Trader Joe's for her latest cover story. Packaged as an exposé on the "obsessively secretive" company, much of the revelations are fairly innocuous, though fascinating nonetheless for Trader Joe's admirers, fans and foes alike. Flip through the photos below for some of the best morsels about the Monrovia-based company -- from <em>Fortune's cover story and elsewhere, and read the whole story from Fortune online, here.
SpencersMom said on 26 Thursday 2010 pm31 8:55 pm:
I've moved several times over the years and, foolish as it may sound, whether or not a community has access to TJ's and Costco are pretty significant factors. When buyblue.org was alive, it was specifically noted that TJ's never, never contributed to political groups. I like their quiet, behind the scenes demeanor. How great is a company that never has to advertise and that people willingly travel many miles just to shop? PEACE