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First Brothers Marketplace From Roche Bros. To Debut On Sunday

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Roche Bros. will open Brothers Marketplace in Weston Center at 41 Center St. in Weston, Mass., on Sunday. A next-generation neighborhood market, Brothers Marketplace will focus heavily on fresh foods and regional artisan products while also offering all the favorites needed for a full grocery shopping experience, according to Roche Bros.

Roche Bros. Supermarkets was founded by two brothers, Pat and Bud Roche, in 1952, and Brothers Marketplace is a next-generation offering brought to the local communities by Pat’s sons and current owners Rick and Ed Roche. Brothers Marketplace says it will bring an innovative approach to food, with a nod to the legacy of small neighborhood markets from long ago while harnessing today’s passion and enthusiasm for fresh, local products and a farmer’s market-like flair.

The market will emphasize unique offerings in prepared foods, baked goods, seasonal and exotic produce, meats, cheeses and packaged foods from local producers. Shoppers who visit the marketplace can expect to indulge in a culinary experience, tasting an array of seasonal foods, Roche Bros. says.

“We are thrilled to bring Brothers Marketplace to Weston and beyond as a fresh new way for local communities to experience, share and enjoy food,” said Rick Roche, co-owner and CEO of Roche Bros. “A kitchen is a gathering place for family and friends, and our new store highlights our passion for food and truly opens our kitchen to yours.”

Brothers Marketplace says it will provide busy customers grab-and-go items while also offering an experiential setting for lingering and savoring.

A second Brothers Marketplace is set to open this summer in Medfield, Mass.

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Kristen Cloud

A former newspaper editor and publisher, she once enjoyed leisurely perusing the grocery store aisles but, since having a baby in 2016, she is now an enthusiastic click-and-collect shopper.

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