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Fresh Thyme Market Celebrates Re-Opening Of Grand Rapids, MI

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Downers Grove, Illinois-based Fresh Thyme Market is celebrating its grand re-opening at at 2470 Burton St. SE in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The remodeled store features more than 4,000 new items storewide, including hundreds of new beer, wine and liquor products featuring local Michigan and Grand Rapid breweries and distilleries, more sushi offerings, abundant fresh flowers and a self-checkout model.

“We are thrilled to announce that we have updated our 30,000-square-foot Grand Rapids store to provide customers with a new shopping experience from the moment they walk in the door,” said Rod Kennedy, store director.

“We are committed to providing our customers with a better shopping experience with more choices, more local and national brands and more convenience at low prices.”

The location features more than 600 local, artisan items, including Hummus Goodness, Good Life Naturals and Sugar Sweet Bath + Body Treats. The Grand Rapids Fresh Thyme Market will also offer free parking to customers.

Fresh Thyme Market is a local, community-focused grocer with 71 stores in 10 states throughout the Midwest.

To learn more, visit freshthyme.com.

For more news from Fresh Thyme Market presented by The Shelby Report, click here.

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