ROCKVILLE, Md. (April 16, 2015) – Whole Foods Market will open its first store in the Dayton, Ohio, area on Wednesday, June 3.
The 45,000-square-foot store, located at the intersection of McEwen Road and Miamisburg Centerville Road, will include several unique features and will create approximately 130 local jobs.
“There is such an exciting energy within the Dayton community that’s vibrant and growing – we can’t wait to join in,” said Melissa Arnett, the store’s team leader. “From discovering new, local suppliers to learning more about our community and neighbors, we’ve loved tailoring this store to make it as unique as Dayton itself. Come June 3rd–whether its breakfast, lunch, dinner or happy hour–we can’t wait to meet you.”
Core values are at the center of Whole Foods Market’s mission, earning it the name “America’s Healthiest Grocery Store.” In addition to offering the highest quality natural and organic products, including seasonal, locally sourced produce, sustainable seafood and high-quality meat and poultry free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, preservatives and hydrogenated oils, Whole Foods Market Dayton will feature:
• A pub, a coffee bar and a growler fill-up station
• A bike service station, plus an active-living section in the Whole Body department, including an in-store health and fitness coach
• Quick and easy lunch options, including a soup, sandwich and salad bar
• An artisan cheese department with antipasti, olive and pickle bars
• A cooking department with extensive bulk offerings, including spices, beans and nuts
Whole Foods Market team members will be organizing and attending events around the community in the coming weeks.