Real Foods opens fourth store today in Salt Lake City

Published August 28, 2013 10:46 am
Food • Local grocery is the first in the state to sell raw milk
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Salt Lake City's health-minded foodies have another place to shop with yesterday's opening of Real Foods Market in Sugar House. It's the fourth store for the Utah company, which also has locations in Orem, Heber City and St. George.

Real Foods is owned by the Redmond Company, which produces RealSalt and Redmond Clay. It also owns Redmond Heritage Farms, which raises hormone-free, antibiotic-free cattle and pork and chicken eggs. Those products will be sold along with fresh produce and body-care and cleaning products.

Real Foods also will be the only grocer in the state to sell raw milk.

The store has a cafe with outdoor seating and plans to offer seminars on nutrition and wellness.

The store will hold a grand opening celebration Sept. 28 with music, food tasting and prizes.

Where • 2209 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City.

Hours • Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

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