Whole Foods Market Uptown Charlotte to Open June 13
May 31, 2018 10:08AM
Whole Foods Market will open a new store in Uptown Charlotte on June 13 at 400 East Stonewall Street at the Stonewall Station LYNX light rail stop. Opening-day shoppers will be greeted with many product demonstrations and samples starting at 9 a.m.
“We’re excited to join Uptown Charlotte’s vibrant community with the opening of our new Whole Foods Market in the heart of the booming financial and cultural hub,” says Mark Frost, the Store Team Leader. “The new store, designed with its dynamic location in mind, will feature many locally sourced and seasonal products that meet our high- quality standards.”
The 36,000-square-foot-plus store includes FUEL, serving Allegro coffee, six beers and cold brew on tap and a lunch and dinner menu; a large prepared foods section including a taqueria, Genji sushi and made-to-order sandwich stations along with traditional salad and hot bars; full-service meat and seafood departments featuring Global Animal Partnership 5 Step Animal Welfare-rated meat and sustainable seafood; in-house specialties including rotating flavors of gelato, deep dish and hand-tossed pizza and dry-aged rib eye and New York strip steaks; curated wine and beer selection including 90-plus local brews and many international, national and local cheeses; and assorted local products including grass-fed beef from Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, North Carolina, and seasonal organic produce from Eastern Carolina Organics in Durham, North Carolina.
Approximately 150 team members will be hired for positions throughout the store. Visit WholeFoodsMarket.com/careersto apply.