San Francisco, California, will soon welcome a new Whole Foods Market flagship store. Coming to Trinity Place in the Mid-Market neighborhood, the area will be full of hustle and bustle as the grocer plans to open a new 64,737-square-foot location.
According to the grocer’s release, the store’s design pays homage to classic San Francisco with inspiration from the former Crystal Palace Market; the modern, industrial feel of the Tenderloin district; and the iconic colors of the Golden Gate Bridge. The location will curate local offerings from Northern California, featuring more than 3,700 products throughout the store, all hand-picked by Patrick Wyman, Local Forager for Whole Foods Market’s Northern California Region.
Additionally, the Trinity store will include:
With a grand opening in the works for March 10, 2022, click here to learn more about the new location.
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