WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – The White Plains location of Whole Foods Market is having a grand re-opening celebration Saturday to reveal the store’s renovations.
Just in time for the start of the Thanksgiving and holiday season, the store will showcase its new look, including the introduction of its new juice and coffee bar, upgraded Whole Body department and an expanded beer selection with specialty growlers.
The store’s prepared foods department now will offer an expansive selection of pizzas, Italian sandwiches and salads, in addition to seasonal housemade options.
Throughout the day, shoppers can expect to find a variety of giveaways and in-store activities, including a custom-designed White Plains reusable bag for the first 50 customers, a pop-up art gallery displaying work from White Plains High School students, an apron decorating class for kids and a cake-cutting to mark the grand re-opening.
“The White Plains community has embraced Whole Foods Market since we first opened,” said George Galanakis, store team leader for Whole Foods Market White Plains. “We’re excited to bring our community a new and improved store, featuring some of our most fun and delicious innovations to continue to elevate their shopping experience for years to come.”
Starting Sunday, Nov. 1, shoppers will be able to order from Whole Foods Market’s holiday menu.
The Whole Foods Market is at 110 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains.
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