By: Sharon Aron Baron
Lucky’s Market, a natural foods grocer that offers affordable options for every day foods and specialty choices, is opening a store in Coral Springs in early 2016.
Located at 9200 Wiles Road in the Royal Eagle Plaza next to Sports Authority, Lucky’s Market will bring a wide selection of natural, organic, and gluten-free items to the Coral Springs area and plans are in the works to open a new store in Plantation in 2016, furthering its offerings and options in the Fort Lauderdale area.
“Lucky’s Market believes that all people should have access to great food and we are thrilled to open another store in Florida to help bring more affordable quality, local, organic and traditionally crafted foods to the Coral Springs area,” said Bo Sharon, who founded Lucky’s Market in 2003 with his wife, Trish. “We look forward to being an integral part of the Coral Springs community and supporting the community through not only top-quality food, but also through a variety of local giving programs and our Lucky’s Community Project.”
Coral Springs shoppers will find in-house cured and smoked bacon, a large selection of fresh, local produce, fresh seafood and a decadent bakery at the store. They will also enjoy a wide selection of “never ever” meats, which have never been treated with antibiotics or artificial growth hormones.
Staying true to Lucky’s culinary roots, customers will also find a department filled with ready-to-eat meals, made from scratch daily inside the store. A juice bar that prepares fresh juices and smoothies throughout the day will greet customers along with an extensive beer, wine and spirits selection. Free wellness activities and store “walkabouts” (for gluten-free and other food categories) are other features that have made Lucky’s a favorite with nationwide shoppers for more than a decade.
Lucky’s is currently hiring. The new store, which is about 32,000 square feet, will employ approximately 160 people.
“Lucky’s Market will be a welcome addition to Royal Eagle Plaza in Coral Springs,” said Stephen deRiesthal, Vice President – Development. “With a focus on giving back to the community, engaging in sustainability practices and providing an affordable selection of organic, locally sourced groceries, Lucky’s Market will provide another dimension to the center’s family oriented retail, restaurant and service offerings.”
Interested in working for Lucky’s Market in Coral Springs? They are hiring now at Lucky’s Market
Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs, Parkland and the rest of South Florida.