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Whole Foods opening four new South Florida stores in downtown Miami, Pompano Beach, Davie and West Palm Beach

Juan Nunez, president Florida region, for Whole Foods Market, in the produce section at the 12150 Biscayne Blvd. store.
Juan Nunez, president Florida region, for Whole Foods Market, in the produce section at the 12150 Biscayne Blvd. store. MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Whole Foods Market is opening four new stores in South Florida during the next several weeks, beginning with the long-awaited Whole Foods in downtown Miami.

The 41,000 square-foot store at 299 SE Third St., in Miami, will open January 14, the company said Monday. It will be the company’s 22nd location in Florida.

Three additional stores will open every two weeks through the end of February. They are: Whole Foods Market Pompano Beach, 2411 N. Federal Hwy, Jan. 28; Whole Foods Market Davie, 1903 University Dr., Feb. 11; and Whole Foods Market West Palm Beach, 1845 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Building C, Feb. 25.

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