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Mrs. Green's opens in Rye

Natural foods retailer Mrs. Green’s Neighborhood Market has opened it newest store in Rye, N.Y., marking its second new opening under its new leadership team and its 16th overall.

The nearly 10,000-square-foot space, located at 1037 Boston Post Road, offers customers a fresh juice and coffee bar, freshly-prepared seasonal meals, vitamins, supplements and natural body care, and a wide variety of organic and locally-sourced groceries and produce, including high-quality, sustainable seafood and meat. It opens on the heels of Mrs. Green’s West Village store in New York.

“Mrs. Green’s is committed to providing our families and customers with locally-sourced, seasonal foods and healthy-living products,” Pat Brown, CEO of Mrs. Green’s parent company Natural Market Food Group, said in a statement. “We are thrilled to be opening a new store in City of Rye – continuing our strong relationship with the entire Westchester community – and look forward becoming an integral part of this wonderful community.”

The new Rye store is the latest major investment in Mrs. Green’s ongoing plans for expansion, following the opening of its first New York City store in the West Village earlier this year. A store is scheduled to open in Winnetka, Ill., shortly.


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“As mayor of Rye, I am pleased to welcome Mrs. Green’s to our city,” Rye mayor Joe Sack said. “I know that I and others have waited with growing anticipation for months, as we have observed the continuing improvements to the new location across from City Hall. We look forward to Mrs. Green’s as a fine addition to Rye’s retail community, and all the great opportunities for Rye shoppers.”

The 9,700-square-foot store includes juice and coffee bars, freshly-prepared meals, and a full array of sustainable seafood and high-quality meat, officials said.

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