Whole Foods announced last month that the company will not open any more Whole Foods 365 stores, but the 12 existing stores will remain in business.

The smaller 365 stores were launched in 2016 and featured Whole Foods private-label products in an attempt to lure customers who wanted to avoid the full-sized stores, also known at the time as “whole paycheck.” However, since Amazon’s acquisition of the company, many of the same private-label brands have become available in the regular stores.