Sprouts Farmers Market Opens First Pennsylvania Location with Store in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA, PA - The Keystone State is welcoming a new addition to its bustling economy, as Sprouts makes its Pennsylvania debut on September 19th.
The new health-focused grocery store will be situated at Lincoln Square in Philadelphia, which is a new and mixed-use development project in a 32,000-square-foot historic rail shed situated in South Philly.
The new store will sell its renowned natural, organic, and gluten-free foods. Its focus will include fresh produce, meat, and seafood, according to The Philly Voice.
The closest Sprouts to this new location is all the way in Maryland, so the retail chain is making a big splash in its new state. However, it has patrons all over the country—with the majority of its stores in California, Arizona, and Texas.
Sprouts initially announced its intent to open a Philadelphia location this spring, as part of a slate of 13 stores to be opened throughout the company's third quarter fiscal 2018.
How will Sprouts’ entrance into Philadelphia boost its East Coast influence, and will we see more of the chain throughout the state? AndNowUKnow will keep you updated.