Whole Foods Market to Open Flagship Store in San Francisco, California
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Whole Foods Market is stretching its reach by expanding its footprint in San Francisco, California. The Golden City will soon welcome a new 64,737-square-foot flagship store at Trinity Place in the Mid-Market neighborhood.
According to the grocer’s release, the store’s design pays homage to classic San Francisco with inspiration from the former Crystal Palace Market; the modern, industrial feel of the Tenderloin district; and the iconic colors of the Golden Gate Bridge. The location will curate local offerings from Northern California, featuring more than 3,700 products throughout the store, all hand-picked by Patrick Wyman, Local Forager for Whole Foods Market’s Northern California Region.
Additionally, the Trinity store will include:
- An array of organic, conventional, local, and Sourced for Good produce, plus offerings from more than 32 local farms, including Mandarins from Fruit World, salad greens from Plenty’s San Francisco farm, and organic mushrooms from Far West Fungi
- A Prepared Foods section with hot and cold food bars, sushi by Kikka, as well as made-to-order and by-the-slice pizzas
With a grand opening in the works for March 10, 2022, click here to learn more about the new location.
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