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Seattle, Wash. -- PCC Natural Markets, a consumer-owned natural foods retailer with seven stores in Washington State, plans to open its eighth unit in Redmond, Wash., next spring.
The expansion follows the areas overall growth, according to the company. "It makes sense for PCC to be part of the significant growth projected for East King County, where we already enjoy strong sales of our natural product lines through our Kirkland and Issaquah stores," said PCC c.e.o. Tracy Wolpert.
The new 23,000-square-foot store in Redmond "will put us back in proximity to a large number of former PCC shoppers who migrated to the area from Seattle over the years,” said c.f.o. Randy Lee.
PCC Natural Markets is a certified organic retailer, with annual sales of $89 million and an active membership of nearly 40,000. Founded in 1953 as a food-buying club and incorporated as Puget Consumer's Co-op in 1961, the company has been doing business as PCC Natural Markets since 1998.