Sprouts Farmers Market, one of the fastest-growing retailers in the country, recently announced it will soon finish construction on its new store in Reno, Nev. to expand local access to fresh and healthy foods.

The 24,000-square-foot store at 299 East Plumb Lane will open on Wednesday, May 12 at 7 a.m. Details about the grand opening celebration will be announced at a later date. Sprouts welcomes shoppers 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.

“We look forward to Sprouts’ opening first thing in the morning on May 12th,” said Doug Wiele, Founding Partner at Foothill Partners (the developer overseeing Reno Public Market). “Their opening will be one of a series of exciting store openings coming up – Coldstone Creamery and Port of Subs in mid-March, CVS in its new store in mid-April, and Sprouts in mid-May. This will be a very busy Spring at Reno Public Market.”

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


About Sprouts Farmers Market, Inc.
Sprouts is the place where goodness grows. True to its farm-stand heritage, Sprouts offers a unique grocery experience featuring an open layout with fresh produce at the heart of the store. Sprouts inspires wellness naturally with a carefully curated assortment of better-for-you products paired with purpose-driven people. The healthy grocer continues to bring the latest in wholesome, innovative products made with lifestyle-friendly ingredients such as organic, plant-based and gluten-free. Headquartered in Phoenix, and one of the fastest growing retailers in the country, Sprouts employs approximately 35,000 team members and operates more than 360 stores in 23 states nationwide. To learn more about Sprouts, and the good it brings communities, visit about.sprouts.com.

Photo courtesy of Sprouts Farmers Market.

Author: hungryinreno