In the Upper Midwest, Whole Foods likewise runs shops in Wyoming, Idaho and Minnesota./ Photo thanks to Gallatin Valley Mall
Next month, Whole Foods Market is slated to open its very first shop in Montana.
Plans require Austin, Texas- based Whole Foods, owned by Amazon, to unlock to a 31,718-square-foot shop in Bozeman onFeb 1. The brand-new area, at 2905 W. Main St., will broaden the specialized grocer’s brick-and-mortar footprint to 44 states.
Situated on an outparcel in the Gallatin Valley Mall, the Bozeman Whole Foods Market will sport an “outside experience” style in line with the Upper Midwest area, with a modern-day and earthy appearance consisting of exposed wood beams, high ceilings and big paneled windows neglecting close-by mountains, Whole Foods stated. An outside patio area with heating systems likewise will offer clients a beautiful area to consume coffee, tea and seasonal specialized drinks from the shop’s regional, women-owned coffee shop,Treeline Coffee Roasters
Whole Foods kept in mind that the Bozeman shop will house more than 75 regional products from Montana and Wyoming, curated by Darcy Landis, regional forager for the seller’s Mountain Pacific local department. Local offerings consist of plant-based dips from Plant-Perks, canned veggies and jams from Roots Kitchen and Cannery, safflower oil from The Oil Barn and caramels from Bèquet Confections in grocery; natural goat cheese from Montana’s Amaltheia Organic Dairy in the specialized cheese department; and cards from Birds & & Beasleys and soy-based candle lights from Ignite Candle Co., both inMontana
The beer and red wine variety includes regional craft beers from Bozeman Brewing Co., Bridger Brewing, MAP Brewing Co., Mountains Walking Brewery and The Outlaw Brewing Co., plus regional red wine choices from Montana vineyardTen Spoons Winery Also, the fresh fruit and vegetables department consists of natural, standard and Whole Foods’ Sourced for Good products from regional farms, and there’s a flower area offering cut flowers from Montana’s Rodi Farm and High Country Growers.
Along with full-service meat, seafood and bakeshop departments is a ready foods location with a hot food bar, a buffet, a soup station, made-in-house rotisserie chicken, sushi by Genji and fresh-made pizza, plus grab-and-go salads and sandwiches. The specialized cheese area, supervised by experienced cheesemongers, will use more than 100 cheeses from worldwide, consisting of the U.S., the U.K., France, Spain, Netherlands, Italy and Greece.
Whole Foods entered its 43rd state, Wyoming, in February 2021 when it obtained independent grocery store Jackson Whole Grocer, which transformed to the chain’s banner. Whole Foods now runs 512 U.S. shops total, with places in the District of Columbia and all states other than Alaska, Delaware, North and South Dakota, Vermont and West Virginia.