Bucks County Herald

Ottsville market to move

Kimberton Whole Foods plans to move its Ottsville location to a new 12,000-square-foot building in Harrow Station, at the intersection of routes 412 and 611.

The independent natural grocer focuses on providing the community with organic and regionally-sourced groceries.

The new location will offer a wider selection of specialty groceries, an expanded apothecary, and plentiful parking.

“We look forward to providing our customers with additional products and services, which will include a sit-in café area that will offer a variety of organic juices and smoothies” said Gerri Matey, store manager of Kimberton Whole Foods in Ottsville.

Kimberton Whole Foods’ Ottsville store was the natural grocer’s fourth location, opening in 2008. It currently shares space with the Brig O’Doon Coffee House at 239 Durham Road. Over the past few years, the retailer has outgrown the 3,000-square-foot space.

“We have loved being in our Ottsville store – next to Brig O’Doon Coffee House – and have been emboldened by the wonderful sense of community that the coffee house, fire station and our landlord, Patrick Mullaney, have provided us over the past 10 years,” said founder and CEO Terry Brett.

“We also sincerely appreciate the loyalty and enthusiasm that our Ottsville customers have shown us. They are the reason that our business has grown so successfully in this area. Our hope is that these same customers will continue to shop at our new store and bring with them more community members. There will be room for everyone.”

Kimberton Whole Foods is a family owned and operated independent market dedicated to supporting local farmers and food artisans since 1986. Kimberton is proud to work with over 200 regional producers in southeastern Pennsylvania to bring fresh, locally-sourced products to its shelves. There are six Kimberton Whole Foods locations in the Greater Philadelphia Area: Collegeville, Douglassville, Downingtown, Kimberton, Malvern and Ottsville.


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