Fruits and vegetables purchased in the store’s produce department can be sliced and diced to shopper specification for a per-pound fee, said Markey.
A Brooklyn Heights Soda Co. station features handcrafted Italian sodas served out of a vintage Volkswagen bus. The section has 24 flavors and all drinks are served with fresh fruit garnish.
The bakery features 18 varieties of artisan breads, several of which come from 100-year-old natural starters. The department also features an oil and vinegar bar.
The store offers Basin, a beauty brand specializing in all-natural bath bombs, hand soaps and other beauty products.
The store features a fresh floral selection.
The store’s growler station has 12 taps of beer that can be used to fill a 32-ounce growler. The store’s foodservice department has a chilled wine case and there is a walk-in beer cooler with a large craft selection.
Long Island deli
Fourth + Court serves up New York-style deli sandwiches from its Long Island deli.
Old timey candy
The store’s bulk selection features 1,000 items including coffee, tea, spices and old-fashioned candy that sells for $4.99 per pound.
Plenty of produce
The store features 300 produce items including 40 that are organic and 15 that are locally grown and dubbed “Homegrown” by the retailer.
Hy-Vee says it’s the first in the nation to offer fair trade-certified fresh tuna in its service case.
Grab and go
Convenient offerings include cut fruits and vegetables and yogurt parfaits.
Pastries and cakes are served up in the bakery.
We’ve got spirit
A wide spirits selection is merchandised in the store.