UPLAND, Calif. (Mar. 28, 2018) – Whole Foods Market 365 will open its first store in San Bernardino County and ninth store nationwide on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. The 30,000 square foot store at 2153 W. 16th Street in Upland will be the fourth Whole Foods Market 365 location in Southern California, coming shortly after the Long Beach store opens on April 25. Whole Foods Market 365 stores offer exceptional value, in a fun and convenient new format, all while maintaining Whole Foods Market’s rigorous quality standards.
That means all products sold in the store are free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, preservatives, hydrogenated fats and high-fructose corn syrup. The store will feature an array of organic products, GAP 5-Step Animal Welfare rated meat, sustainable seafood, freshly prepared grab-and-go items and a variety of special diet options.
“We can’t wait to join the San Bernardino County community in Upland,” said Jeff Turnas, president of Whole Foods Market 365. “At Whole Foods Market 365, we take the neighborhood grocery store concept to the next level with plenty of great deals and convenient shopping options.”
The store will also include a dedicated coffee and smoothie bar by Picnik, and a new concept called the Bar and Noodle by Kikka Sushi as part of the Friends of 365 program.
Through the Friends of 365 program, the company partners with outside chefs, food and lifestyle brands and culinary influencers to bring shoppers innovative in-store experiences. These Friends share Whole Foods Market’s quality standards and have unique expertise in a cuisine, concept or product.
For more, visit the Whole Foods Market 365 website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.