Harvest Market Opens in Brooklyn

ISELIN, N.J. — Allegiance Retail Services here on Monday announced the grand opening of the Brooklyn Harvest Market in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Harvest Market in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn
Brooklyn Harvest Market features a large perishables selection.

The store, located in the ground floor of a high-rise condominium on Williamsburg’s waterfront, is owned by Nasri Abed, who owns three other stores with Allegiance including the nearby Williamsburg Foodtown.

Allegiance described Brooklyn Harvest Market as a primarily conventional supermarket offering a large selection of prepared foods [1], extended produce [2], deli [3] and meat [4] departments, and a wide variety of natural and organic [5] items.

“By partnering with Allegiance, I have continued to grow my existing Foodtown stores’ sales base, plus expand into a new banner that meets the needs of the Williamsburg community. Brooklyn Harvest is perfect for the Williamsburg shopper who desires natural and organic products,” Abed said in a statement.

Whole Foods Market [6] is planning to locate in the Williamsburg market next year.

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