As one of the fastest growing retailers in the nation with almost 300 stores in 16 states, health food shoppers everywhere have had their fingers crossed waiting for Sprouts Farmers Market to set up shop in their neighborhoods. For some, that wait is almost over now that Sprouts has shared its plans to open 13 new stores in the third quarter of 2018. This includes their first locations to arrive in both Pennsylvania and Washington state, as well as expansions in Florida, Maryland and North Carolina.
The new Sprouts locations announced include:
Durham, N.C. – 105 West NC Highway 54
El Paso, Texas – 9801 Gateway Boulevard West
Las Vegas, Nev. – 1140 East Silverado Ranch Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nev. – 6150 North Decatur Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nev. – 7375 South Rainbow Boulevard
Lodi, Calif. – 250 East Harney Lane
Mill Creek, Wash. – 13314 Bothell-Everett Highway
Oklahoma City, Okla. – South Pennsylvania Avenue and 119th Street
Philadelphia, Pa. – 1000 South Broad Street
Phoenix, Ariz. – 3320 North Seventh Avenue
Sacramento, Calif. – 2735 Marconi Avenue
Towson, Md. – 830 Goucher Boulevard
Vacaville, Calif. – 1041 Helen Power Drive
By the end of 2018 Phoenix-based Sprouts will have locations in 19 states. Grand opening dates will be shared at a later time.
Since opening its doors 15 years ago, Sprouts has appealed to everyday shoppers interested in fresh, natural and organic products at affordable prices. “As we continue to enter new markets, we’re pleased with the customer response to Sprouts’ unique combination of health and value,” said Sprouts Chief Development Officer Ted Frumkin. “We’re looking forward to bringing healthy living for less to new neighbors in Philadelphia and the Mill Creek area of Seattle later this year.”
Sprouts has had a history of investing time and resources in their employees, and each store should bring approximately 140 new career opportunities to its local neighborhood. For more information about available career opportunities and team member benefits, visit about.sprouts.com/careers.
“Sprouts’ bold expansion plans come along with its investment not just in just its team members, but also in revamped grass-roots marketing efforts to grow brand awareness, especially in new markets, which has contributed to stronger performance,” CEO Amin Maredia said during the company’s Q4 and fiscal 2017 earnings call in February. Also boosting performance were improved analytics, better promotional decisions, and continued commitment to sustainability and its zero-waste threshold by 2020, focusing on three major areas: food, field and feed.
For a list of stores by region or to see locations coming soon, visit sprouts.com/stores.