Woodland, CA

New Sprouts Store Celebrates Grand Opening in California

Joel Eisenberg
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Author’s Note

This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets: ScrapeHero.com, Sprouts.com and DailyDemocrat.com.


A major new Sprouts market has opened in Woodland, California.

The Sprouts grocery chain was founded in July of 2002.

As to the company's newest California location, let us explore.

Sprouts, 2023

According to a November 18th report from DailyDemocrat.com, the new Sprouts store opened Friday, November 17th, and is now the first company market in the city.

As excerpted from the report: Hundreds attended the grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony for Woodland's first Sprouts Farmers Market early Friday morning to enjoy samples, prizes, gifts and more at 1430 East Main St. The first 200 shoppers received a "Goodness it's Free" reusable goodie bag filled with special products and samples, and the Vendor Village allowed customers to taste new products while they shopped.

Reportedly, over 82 employees were hired for the new store of over 2000 who applied.

For perspective, per ScrapeHero.com's most recently updated company location count (excluding today's new location): There are 405 Sprouts stores in the United States as of November 14, 2023. The state with the most number of Sprouts locations in the US is California, with 137 stores, which is about 34% of all Sprouts stores in the US.


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