(December 17, 2014 - Palm Beach Post)
The long-awaited Whole Foods Market at the Palm Beach Outlets will open Feb. 25, the natural foods market chain has announced.
The West Palm Beach location is one of four South Florida stores slated to open in quick succession in the New Year.
On Jan. 14, a Whole Foods Market opens in downtown Miami (299 SE Third St.), becoming the chain’s 22nd Florida location.
That opening with be followed by the debut of a store in Pompano Beach (2411 N. Federal Highway) on Jan. 28. Next comes the relocation of Whole Foods’ Plantation store to Davie (1903 University Drive ) on Feb. 11.
The West Palm Beach store will anchor a western corner of the Palm Beach Outlets complex at 1845 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Building C.
“With these four new stores, we’ll be able to offer our customers more local, natural and organic food options, introduce new and exciting products, and give back to the local communities that have embraced us,” Juan Nunez, President of the Florida Region for Whole Foods Market, said in a news release.
The stores will range in space between 40,000 and 44,000-square-feet.
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