At the end of last year, Meijer announced that it was preparing to open a new Fairfax Market in Cleveland, Ohio, as reported by our sister publication. Now Meijer announced that it has opened the doors of its new store—the retailer’s fifth neighborhood market and its first outside of Michigan.
"Fairfax Market represents another opportunity to serve our customers in a community that offers so much potential for growth. We've spent the last year connecting with local vendors and asking neighbors what they'd like to see in the market," Fairfax Market Store Director Alan Jordan said. "As a result, we've worked to curate requested products and develop programs that will benefit our neighbors, such as multiple delivery options and on-site grocery pick-up."
The 40,000-square-foot Fairfax Market offers a wide range of products, including fresh meat and deli items, fresh produce, a bakery, and more. According to a release, it also carries more than 2,000 local products from 150 local vendors.
Other market highlights include a 104-foot international section, with products from Cleveland and around the world, a large assortment of local beer and wine, a floral department, and a gift shop.
Fairfax Market offers onsite grocery pickup and delivery through Shipt, Instacart, and DoorDash. It also offers the Meijer mPerks rewards program, which allows customers to earn points on purchases toward future savings.
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