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A new Sprouts Farmers Market will be opening late next year in Carroll County


City of Westminster Welcomes Sprouts Farmers Market

New Grocer Expands Access to Fresh, Healthy and Local Foods

The City of Westminster is pleased to announce that a new Sprouts Farmers Market will be opening late next year at Westminster Station located at 255 Baltimore Blvd.

“The City of Westminster and Common Council are honored and thrilled to welcome Sprouts Farmers Market to our community,” said Dr. Mona Becker, Mayor of Westminster. “Sprouts offers fresh, natural, and healthy food options for our residents and allows our residents to continue to shop locally.”

Sprouts is one of the fastest-growing retailers in the country and this will be the sixth Sprouts in Maryland. Shoppers are welcomed with a farmer’s market experience and open layout featuring fresh produce at the center of the store. Innovative, seasonal and attribute-driven products such as organic, plant-based, keto, paleo and more offer a treasure hunt shopping experience amid Sprouts’ healthy assortment.

The new store will bring approximately 100 full- and part-time career opportunities to the area. Hiring events will be announced closer to the store’s opening.

“We are thrilled to bring a wide selection of quality products that cater to a healthy lifestyle to the Westminster community,” said David McGlinchey, chief strategy officer of Sprouts. “Sprouts offers fresh seasonal produce, custom-cut meats, vitamins and supplements, ready-to-eat meals, dietary options such as gluten-free or paleo and thousands of other natural, organic, non-GMO, vegan and plant-based products. We can’t wait for our Westminster neighbors to see what’s in store.”

For a list of stores by region or to see other locations coming soon, visit sprouts.com/stores.

There are currently five Sprouts Farmers Market locations in Maryland:

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