Whole Foods Market® is now open at the Shops at Highland Village, in Highland Village, Texas. This is the first Denton County location for the world’s leader in natural and organic foods.
The new 42,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market will offer a large selection of natural and organic products and many unique firsts in the Dallas/Fort Worth market. It will have the largest clothing selection in the area, a cornbread bar offering salted caramel, bacon and blueberry flavors, as well as a 12-foot counter where 20 different selections of sausage will be made in-store. Approximately 300 Texas suppliers will offer 1,500 unique items in the Highland Village store, including 100 vendors from the Dallas area.
The new Whole Foods store was built with reclaimed materials including wood, historical brick, oak and pine. Skylights allow natural light into the store and reduce electricity costs. Four bike racks attract exercisers, and a water fountain for filling sports bottles has a ticker that shows how many plastic bottles are being saved from the landfill by filling reusable bottles.
More information on the store can be found at www.wholefoods.com