This morning, the first Sprouts in Palm Beach County finally opened its doors. This entire month, I’ve been working with them to give you all a scoop of what Sprouts Farmers Market is all about and how to save while shopping at this new and fresh grocery store, now located in the heart of Wellington, Florida. Click here and here to read my latest blog posts about them.
I’ve been very excited about their Grand Opening ever since I heard about it. Yesterday, after visiting the store for the first time during a “Family and Friends Touring Event,” my expectations were exceeded.
First impressions are everything and the entire store looked very organized, easy to navigate, and full of welcoming employees eager to assist.
While there, I learned that if you are ever curious about a product, you simply need to ask one of their friendly team members and they can guide you to finding the product that fits your needs and help you sample it right on the spot.
I was very impressed with the variety of fresh, natural, and organic products I found there, all for great prices. They also carry many local brands I love, like Old Florida Gourmet Products Chips, which I’m a huge fan of. My two favorite areas were the produce section and the Bulk Department. Sprouts produce is displayed prominently in the center of the store and it’s mesmerizing to see all the beautiful rainbow colors of the farm-fresh fruits and vegetables there. You can also find many unique items like starfruit, lychee, cotton candy grapes, and more.
The Bulk Department is also a wonderful space where I came across many great options for healthy snacks. I saw granolas, nuts, dried fruit, and much more. I love the fact that I can scoop up as much or as little as I want.
The tour was a great experience and I’m glad I found where the Coconut Rolls are stored, because I totally love them. I won’t tell you where they are, because I want them all for myself 😉
I hope you get to enjoy this new grocery store in town as much as I have.
Sprouts in Wellington is now open every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Thank you, Sprouts Farmers Market, for sponsoring this post. All opinions expressed in this post are my own.