Sneak preview: A demeanour inside Morris County’s newest Whole Foods

April 21, 2015 - garden totes

MORRISTOWN — Morris County residents who are looking brazen to a opening of a Whole Foods Market in Morristown have reduction than a day to wait, though NJ Advance Media got a look inside a supermarket Monday afternoon.

The 20,000 square-foot supermarket on Washington Street, that was formerly an AP, will open a doors Wednesday during 9 a.m.

Following a normal “bread-breaking ceremony” (the Texas-based upscale organic grocery chain’s chronicle of a ribbon-cutting), shoppers will be treated to giveaways and tastings via a store. The initial 200 business will accept a giveaway special book Morristown Whole Foods receptacle bag.

At a Morristown location, offerings will embody cuisines trimming from Indian to Japanese to American to Italian. There will also be copiousness of selections for vegetarians or those with special diets or food allergies, Michael Sinatra, a Whole Foods orator said.

There will also be a special territory for customized Italian sandwiches, as good as an in-house smoker for meat, he said.

Most of a products in a bakery will be done in-house and embody pies, cakes and a accumulation of cannoli in flavors such as pistachio, chocolate, black cherry and peanut butter, Sinatra said.

And, Whole Foods didn’t forget about Morristown’s pet population, he said.

“We have giveaway dog treats during patron use given we always see a lot of people out walking their dogs in a neighborhood,” Sinatra said.

Being detached of a village “is really important” to a company, he said, and a store has been operative to forge relations with internal organizations to brand ways to give back.

For instance, Fosterfields Living Historical Farm will accept 5 percent of a deduction of all sales on opening day to support environmental preparation programs on a farm, he said.

The store will continue to horde special fundraising opportunities via a year with several internal organizations. To date, partnerships have been combined with Neighborhood House, a Community Soup Kitchen of Morristown, and Sustainable Morristown, he said.

The store is located during 110 Washington Street and will be open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday by Friday.

Sinatra encourages shoppers to follow a Whole Foods Market Morris County Facebook page for information about sales, activities, and programs during a Morristown store.

The Facebook page also provides information about Whole Foods’ other store in Morris County in Madison.

Over a subsequent few years a sequence skeleton to launch several new locations in a Garden State. Stores are designed in Bridgewater, Clark, Closter, Newark, Metuchen and Wall Township, he said.

Sinatra anticipates that a Whole Foods Market in Clark will be open by late summer.

And for all of we seeking “When will a Whole Foods open nearby me?” Sinatra pronounced a association is always “evaluating opportunities” given there’s intensity for “growth in a lot of areas around a state and region.”

“It’s about anticipating a right opportunities,” he said.

The Morristown store is located during 110 Washington Street and will be open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., 7 days a week.

Kimberly Redmond might be reached during kredmond@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @kr0618. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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