Sprouts Farmers Market Expands to Miami-Dade
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Sprouts Farmers Market plans to open up to ten new stores in Florida, including locations in South Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
The Phoenix, Arizona-based grocer, known for its unique selection of responsibly sourced products and farmers’ market experience, will open approximately 20 stores this year, including five in South Florida. Several locations in South Florida are in the works, from Homestead to West Palm Beach. The addresses are as follows (shops with cross streets do not yet have addresses). Opening dates have not yet been announced.
- Boynton Beach: W. Boynton Beach Boulevard and Jog Road
- Homestead: 2631 NE Tenth Ct.
- Miami: 12690 SW 88th St.
- Oakland Park: 700 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
- West Palm Beach: Okeechobee Boulevard and Military Trail
With 23 locations in Florida, Sprouts isn’t new to the Sunshine State, but this will be the chain’s first foray into Miami-Dade. (There are currently two Sprouts locations in Broward, plus stores in Deerfield Beach and Miramar.)
The grocer format can be thought of as part of Whole Foods, part of Trader Joe’s.
“Shoppers can find that Sprouts is unique from the moment they walk in the store,” Sprouts spokeswoman Kalia Pang told the New Times. “The first thing you’ll notice is an open layout with an emphasis on fresh food and produce at the heart of the business.”
In fact, Sprouts is best known for its fresh produce, all of which are stationed in the middle of the store, as opposed to the familiar processed food aisles you’ll find at most grocery stores. In addition, each store offers specialty products that range from keto and plant-based products to organic and gluten-free goods.
For those looking for bargains, Sprouts also has weekly specials through its website, app, and a subscription email sent every Tuesday to those with a Sprouts account. These outlets offer insights into trending groceries and offer digital savings of up to $ 100 each month.
“We offer unique brands at great prices. So shopping at Sprouts feels like a treasure hunt where you find something new every time,” promises Pang.
According to British research company YouGov, the grocery chain is the 15th most popular grocer in America. (Trader Joe’s is number one, with Whole Foods Market in fifth place and Publix in seventh place.)
The company will also be introducing a new, space-saving format in Dania Beach and Grand Prairie, Texas. Phoenix, Arizona; and Smyrna, Georgia.
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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who has been reporting on the South Florida food scene for the New Times since 2011. She also enjoys drinking beer and writing about the growing craft beer community in the region.