Earlier this month, Boulder, Colo.-based Lucky's Market celebrated its entry into the state of Montana with a bacon-cutting ceremony.
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1. Whole hog
Lucky's makes sure its housemade bacon has a place at the Billings, Mont., store opening.
2. New frontiers
“We are incredibly proud to be opening in Montana,”co-founder Bo Sharon said in a media statement.
3. In place
Wines are sorted by their country-of-origin.
4. Be bolder
"We imagine our stores as an oasis of health, kindness and support, the kind of store we love to shop in ourselves. Boulder is a big town for natural food, and we hope to share the best of that in Billings," Sharon said.
5. Focus on natural
The store puts emphasis on organic and specialty offerings.
6. Across America
The Billings store is Lucky's fifth location, and there are plans to expand to Columbia and St. Louis, Mo.
7. Active consumers
Lucky's offers free wellness activities and store tours for specific categories like gluten-free.
8. In house
In addition to housemade bacon, Lucky's offers a wide variety of sausages and cured meats.