The store in the International Marketplace district improved its deli and produce departments with the help of a loan program that provides low-cost financing for projects that increase community access to healthy foods.
The company sells fresh-made food via vending machines it calls “fridges.” It plans to deploy 18 machines here this month, with plans to add more over time.
After operating for decades downtown, the family-owned business is heading for its third location within the past two years—a carriage house in the Historic Meridian Park neighborhood.
The Ohio-based boutique chain, established in 2013, plans to open three stores in local malls this year.
The space just north of Central Library formerly housed Plow & Anchor and other restaurants. Also this week: The Barre Code, Orangetheory Fitness, Target and Claire’s.
The north-side restaurant’s owners want to create a location in the former space of Broken English Taco Pub, but their plans have been complicated by a proposed patio door.
A longtime local chef and his wife plan to open a fast-casual spot for breakfast and lunch, as well as a dinner restaurant. The iconic flatiron building also will include space for private events.