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Sprouts Farmers Market to open in Palm Harbor on July 12

Sprouts Farmers Market opened its first Tampa Bay location earlier this year in Carrollwood. Its third area location is coming to Palm Harbor in July.
[CHERIE DIEZ   |   Times]

Sprouts Farmers Market opened its first Tampa Bay location earlier this year in Carrollwood. Its third area location is coming to Palm Harbor in July. [CHERIE DIEZ | Times]

Organic speciality grocery chain, Sprouts Farmers Market, will open a new store in Palm Harbor on July 12.

The 33,000-square-foot store, which is under construction at 33650 US Highway 19 N., will be the third Sprouts Farmers Market to open in the Tampa Bay area. The Phoenix-based chain opened its first store in Florida in Carrollwood in February. A second store will open at 1523 S. Dale Mabry Highway in South Tampa later this month. More could be coming the to Brandon and Clearwater markets soon.

Previous Coverage: Tampa Bay's first Sprouts Farmers Market opens Wednesday

The Palm Harbor store will open at 7 a.m. on July 12. Sprouts is hiring for more than 100 full and part-time positions at the store.

Sprouts Farmers Market is a speciality grocery known for its affordable assortment of natural and organic foods. Its stores are about half the size of a typical Publix.

Sprouts Farmers Market to open in Palm Harbor on July 12 05/02/17 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 1:06pm]
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