The king of the Florida grocery market is being challenged yet again, this time with a proposed development […]
A North Carolina-based natural foods grocer plans to open its first Central Florida location in Lake Mary.
After some some gentle ribbing from The Bokey, Walmart Neighborhood Market (Facebook) manager Chuck Fowler proclaims that while his store may have “Lake Mary” in the name, he’s 100% Sanford Proud.
Sanford residents living in District 4 along W. 25th Street will have new, closer options for grocery shopping beginning Wednesday.
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A private investor is interested in purchasing and upgrading the Sanford Supermarket in the 300 block of South Sanford Avenue (Gmap).
And before some of you hyperventilate and lose your cotton-picking minds with delusional exuberance, it is NOT Trader Joe’s.
An old-fashion grocery store with an international flair and a butcher shop is set to open in downtown Sanford by mid-summer.
Courtney Haton and Mo Abed are currently working with the city of Sanford to secure permits to open Habibis International Market at 112 W. 2nd St.