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Sunflower Farmers Market Opens First California Store

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Sunflower Farmers Market, the full-service natural and organic grocer famous for “serious food at silly prices,” opened its first store in the California market on May 11 at 424 Roseville Sq.

Shelby Publishing of the West Grocery NewsSunflower Farmers Market currently has 33 stores throughout six Southwestern states, but this is Sunflower’s first foray into California. The new store will also give the local economy a boost by bringing at least 100 jobs to Roseville, reports News10.net out of Roseville.

“We’re incredibly excited about opening our first store in California,” said Sunflower CEO, Chris Sherrell to the website. “We look forward to bringing affordable, quality, healthy options—from local produce to our newly re-packaged private label line—to Roseville and the surrounding communities.”

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Executives from Sunflower Farmers Market are pictured left to right: Mike Phillips, VP of operations; Chris Sherrell, CEO; Danielle Boyd, director of human resources; Steve Black, VP of marketing & IT; and Sage Horner, VO of purchasing and supply chain.

Sunflower Farmers Market presents a fresh take on grocery shopping by offering customers affordable all-natural and organic products. Sunflower’s goal is clear in the company’s motto, “Serious Food…Silly Prices.®” The new Roseville location continues this concept by offering fresh, local produce, all-natural meats and seafood, a large bulk selection, plus natural living health and wellness products, all at the lowest possible prices.

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