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NEW SEASONS MARKET EXPANDS CUSTOMER OPTIONS WITH CONVERSION OF EVERGREEN STORE IN SAN JOSE

March 6—Since New Seasons Market acquired Northern California's New Leaf Community Markets as a wholly-owned subsidiary in 2013, the mission-aligned grocers have been looking for ways to give their customers more of what they want.

NEW SEASONS MARKET OPENS GRANT PARK STORE NOVEMBER 12

November 6—Locally owned and operated New Seasons Market will open the doors of its new Grant Park store, located at 3210 NE Broadway St., to the neighborhood on Wednesday, November 12 at 7 a.m. Neighbors, community partners, food purveyors and civic leaders are invited to the Grand Opening celebration at 10 a.m.

NEW SEASONS MARKET OPENS NYBERG RIVERS STORE IN TUALATIN OCTOBER 22

October 17, 2014— Locally owned and operated New Seasons Market welcomes community partners, food purveyors, civic leaders and neighbors at a gathering Wednesday, October 22.



Portland Business Journal


New Seasons celebrates it’s birthday with 15 Candles

February 27, 2015
The popular Portland chain of 15 (and growing) stores turns 15 today, a birthday that comes on the heels of news it is expanding the franchise into Northern California.



Wall Street Journal


A Grocery Clerk and Proud of It

February 20, 2015
Life in the aisles is much like being in a movie, except there are no cameras to interfere with the action and you get to write your own script.

Note: If you hit the Wall Street Journal paywall, search “Jeff Shaffer Wall Street Journal” in Google News to access the full article.



Yields Magazine


New Seasons Market

February 12, 2015
We asked the team at New Seasons Market about the local foods movement and their role in the regional food system. Their approach and philosophy may surprise you.



Portland Tribune


New Seasons Navigates new composting rules

February 5, 2015
The Seven Corners New Seasons on Southeast Division Street has come up with a new way to offer samples, by ditching their paper and plastic cups and bamboo spoons for reusable metal ramekins and spoons purchased from a local restaurant supply company.



Portland Tribune


How was it for you?

December 30, 2014
“The growth of the regional food economy, the boom in food innovation and the increase in opportunities for new entrepreneurs are the most exciting things happening in the grocery industry right now."



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Oregonian


First Oregon organic Christmas trees sold commercially find success at New Seasons

December 12, 2014
New Seasons jumped into the sustainable Christmas tree market this year, selling some of Oregon's only organic trees.

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