As part of its expansion across southern Ontario, Farm Boy has announced it will be opening a new location in Richmond Hill this week.
According to a release by the grocer, on April 8, Farm Boy will open its 37th location at 12266 Yonge Street, creating 135 new jobs in the area.
“Customer shopping has definitely changed throughout the pandemic,” said Jean-Louis Bellemare, President and General Manager, Farm Boy.
“We’ve upgraded our meal-ready solutions in-store with new full-service salad and hot bars, along with a variety of to-go options that are convenient and nutritious. We are excited to show Richmond Hill the Farm Boy experience – rooted in fresh, wholesome food, along with exceptional customer service.”
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The location plans to keep its promise to provide residents with a unique shopping experience with an abundance of fresh, locally sourced foods.
Customers will be able to find local produce with organic in-season products, hundreds of Ontario fresh dairy, meat and grocery products, plant-based, vegan, and vegetarian fresh foods, a grill station, eat on-the-go options and more.
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Back in June, the grocer opened its 36th location at 29 Bathurst Street, the third storefront in Toronto.
As part of their 2021 mission, Farm Boy plans to open three more storefronts this year, at 5245 Dundas West, 744 Dupont Avenue, and 207 Queens Quay West.
On a grand scale, Farm Boy also has its eyes set on three other grocery stores, one in Oakville and two in Ottawa.