Whole Foods Now Open in Irving




Irving residents are now able to shop at a new Whole Foods Market grocery store at 6714 North MacArthur Boulevard. There was some delay as a result of the chain’s acquisition by Amazon, but every item sold in the store meets the same rigorous quality standards as ever, free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, preservatives and hydrogenated fats.

The 44,000-square-foot store has an in-store bar with 16 beers on tap, growler fillings, wines by the glass and a menu of bar food favorites. New York-style pizzas are sold whole or by the slice. The store also stocks more than 100 specialty cheeses and more than 750 bottled wines. Food offerings include fresh made sushi, a made-to-order sandwich station and a taco venue. A self-serve dessert bar includes macaroons and Japanese mochi ice cream. Outdoors, there is an outdoor patio area that hosts regular events such as happy hour and children’s activities.

For more information, call 469-845-8001 or visit WholeFoodsMarket.com/stores/lascolinas.

 

 

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