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Whole Foods Colleyville opens Tuesday July 8th


Amid the hustle of workers and excited cheers of new employees, I had the great honor last week of having a private "sneak peak" of the brand spanking new Whole Foods Market in Colleyville.

This gorgeous new 44,000 square foot grocery store for the ultimate foodie will open Tuesday, July 8th at 8am following their traditional bread-breaking ceremony at 7:30am.

The new store abounds with skylights and gorgeous reclaimed oak and pine.

Explore the beautifully crafted aisles filled with more than 200 local Texas products. Drink freshly squeezed juice, or your choice of coffee (or espresso from the fancy Strada espresso machine made in Italy) as you shop.

Too busy to shop? Try WFM Colleyville's Concierge for a break. With 48 hours notice, let them handle the shopping for you. Even better? The first personal shop is free!

An extravagant Italian-built Neapolitan-style pizza oven is the celebrity of this Colleyville location. This will be the first grocery store to ever house one of these wood-fired pizza ovens.

Another superb feature of the latest store is their bar. Yes, I said bar. In a grocery store. Complete with beer, wine, booths and TVs for football watching.

The social calendar at the Colleyville location is already pretty full, so be sure and take advantage of their Meatless Mondays, Growler Hour Tuesdays, Grab'n Go Wednesdays, Tasty Tutorial Thursdays, Patio Party Fridays, and Sampling Saturdays.

Each day of their opening week, WFM Colleyville will donate 1% of net sales to some of their community partners.
Here is a schedule of days and donees:
Tuesday, July 8: Friends of the Colleyville Public Library
Wednesday, July 9: Metroport Meals on Wheels
Thursday, July 10: Safehaven of Tarrant County
Friday, July 11: North Texas Special Needs Assistance Program
Saturday, July 12: Grapevine-Colleyville Education Foundation

Whole Foods Colleyville's hours will be 8am to 10pm daily.
4801 Colleyville Rd.

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