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Sprouts Farmers Market’s Centennial, Colo., store, slated to open Feb. 26, will be the Phoenix-based grocer’s seventh in the state, joining others in Aurora, Boulder, Castle Rock, Fort Collins, Parker, and Westminster.
Additional Colorado stores in Greeley and Lone Tree are scheduled to open later this year. “Such a bustling city deserves a simple and spacious market to find fresh and natural foods at a great price,” said Dave Medina, Sprouts’ Centennial store manager. “Local residents have shown enthusiasm and anticipation for our opening.”
The Centennial store features natural, organic and indulgence foods at affordable prices, including farm-fresh produce, a selection of meats and seafood, and a large bulk foods department.
With this opening, Sprouts will have a total of 46 markets in Arizona, California, Colorado and Texas. In addition to the Colorado openings, the company’s 2010 expansion plans include five new locations in California: Culver City, San Diego, Sunnyvale, Thousand Oaks and Valencia.