A major grocery store chain just opened another new supermarket location in Pennsylvania. Read on to learn more.
If you're a fan of shopping at Whole Foods Market, you'll be excited to learn that the grocery store chain just opened another new store location in Pennsylvania last week.
The new Whole Foods Market is located at 5700 Penn Avenue in Pittsburgh's East Liberty neighborhood across from the East Liberty Lutheran Church.
While there was previously a Whole Foods Market store several blocks away on Centre Avenue, that store was closed and replaced by this new, bigger store location.
Here's what one shopper named Richard had to say in a recent review of the new store on Google:
First day grand opening! Not the mob scene we expected, which was great. Plenty of staff on hand and everyone seemed to be in a good mood. They had staff directing traffic but there was plenty of parking in the garage. The site is beautiful with high ceilings and light paint. Everything was laid out nicely. We are so glad to have this store in the neighborhood!
Another shopper named Robert had this to say about his recent visit to the new East Liberty Whole Foods location:
Parking is safer than it was in the chaotic lot on Centre. Plenty of staff at work inside. I wonder whether the aisles are too narrow; with the considerable crowds, it was often tricky to get around. The prices were NOT too expensive—what a great surprise, over and over, to see very competitive prices! Well done, Whole Foods!
If you're in the area, be sure to stop in and check out the new Whole Foods Market location in East Liberty. The new store is open from 7 am to 10 pm daily.
Kristen Walters is an independent local business news writer. She is not affiliated with the business featured in this story.