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Lucky’s Market Announces Significant Expansion Plans in Florida


Lucky’s Market, a natural and organic foods grocer, has announced they will open at least six new Florida stores in the next 18 months, bringing a wider selection of affordable organic, local, specialty and gluten-free items to the Sunshine State.

In 2016, Lucky’s Market opened eight stores total, with six of them located in Florida (Gainesville, Naples, Coral Springs, Plantation, Neptune Beach, Orlando, Tallahassee and Melbourne). Over the next year and a half, Lucky’s Market has plans to open at least six new stores in Florida including: Sarasota, Panama City and Oakland Park in summer 2017, Port St. Lucie in late 2017, Bonita Springs in early 2018 and St. Petersburg in summer 2018. 

Lucky’s unique concept includes a wide variety of specialty foods such as: in-house smoked bacon, house-made sausages, fresh seafood, a large selection of fresh, local produce and a decadent bakery at the store. Lucky’s in-house butcher serves “never ever” meats, which have never been treated with antibiotics or artificial growth hormones. Staying true to Lucky’s culinary roots, customers will also find a department filled with ready-to-eat meals, made from scratch daily inside the store as well as fresh grab-and-go sushi options, and cheese islands stocked with cheeses from all over the world.

The stores also include juice bars, bulk foods, apothecary departments, beer and wine departments, inviting café areas and the company’s famous “Sip ‘n Stroll” program where customers can grab a $2 pint of local beer or a $3 glass of wine to enhance their shopping experience.

Lucky’s Market is a Boulder, CO-based favorite that currently has stores in Savannah, GA, Iowa City, IA, Bloomington, IN, Jackson, WY, Ann Arbor, MI, Gainesville, FL, Naples, FL, Coral Springs, FL, Plantation, FL, Neptune Beach, FL, Orlando, FL, Tallahassee, FL, Melbourne, FL, Columbia, MO, Rock Hill, MO, Ellisville, MO, Billings, MT, Lexington, KY, Louisville, KY, Columbus, OH, Longmont, CO, as well as two stores in Boulder, CO.

For more information, visit www.luckysmarket.com.

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