Shares ofWhole Foods have not fared well so far this year. A string of disappointing earnings has sent the stock tumbling to a level not seen in years, and it seems investors are no longer in love with Whole Foods' growth story.
Despite the poor performance of the stock, Whole Foods valuation has fallen to a level that should get the attention of value investors. Click through the slideshow below to see why Whole Foods stock is cheaper than it appears.
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