If Giant Eagle Market District is the Mecca for your foodiest of food nerds, then Whole Foods is the Holy Grail for clean, sustainable eating food gurus.
On Wednesday, May 2, Whole Foods will celebrate the grand opening of its Wexford, PA, store, a spacious, well designed, 34,000 square foot food destination. It is the 41st mid-Atlantic region store for the brand and the second in the Pittsburgh area. If you can make it for the 9:45 am ceremony, you’ll be in for a special treat—the brand’s tradition is to cut a 4.5-foot loaf of challah bread in lieu of a standard ribbon.
I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek* at the new store today, taken from department to department by enthusiastic, passionate employees. It was evident that the staff knows their stuff and was excited to share that knowledge with us. Here’s a general overview of what you can expect starting May 2. Continue reading