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Real Foods opens 4th Utah market, in Salt Lake City

Published February 21, 2013 9:29 am
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Real Foods Market, an organic grocery and health food store, is opening another Utah location this summer, in Salt Lake City at 2209 S. Highland Drive, next door to the Sundance outlet.

The chain, owned by Redmond Heritage Farms Inc., operates three other markets, in Orem, 420 W. 800 North; Heber City, 475 W. 910 South; and St. George, 695 S. 100 West

Many products are supplied by Redmond Heritage Farms, in Sevier County.

The Real Foods Market product list includes raw milk, grass-fed beef, farm-fresh eggs, wild- caught fish, organic produce, raw nuts and seeds, sprouted grains, healthy oils, fermented foods, homemade bone broths and more. The in-house chef, Ryan Staples, makes meals for the deli from scratch, with whole-food ingredients, using traditional methods.

"The market was established to share forgotten nutritional principles and make available the hard-to-find, nutrient-rich food supply needed for optimum health," said Rhett Roberts, CEO of Redmond Inc., the parent company to Redmond Heritage Farms.




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