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Breaking News: Apopka Sprouts Farmers Market announces grand opening date

Two hiring events set for March and April


Sprouts Farmers Market, one of the fastest-growing retailers in the country, today announced it will soon finish construction on its new store in Apopka at the Wekiva Riverwalk Shopping Center to expand local access to fresh and healthy foods.

The 28,000-square-foot store at 2283 East Semoran Boulevard will open on Friday, May 20th at 7 a.m. Details about the grand opening celebration will be announced at a later date. Sprouts welcome shoppers with a farmer’s market experience and an open layout featuring fresh produce at the center of the store. Innovative, seasonal, and attribute-driven products such as organic, plant-based, keto, paleo, and more offer a treasure hunt shopping experience amid Sprouts’ healthy assortment. 

The healthy grocer’s new location is bringing approximately 100 full and part-time career opportunities to the area. Sprouts’ healthy approach to grocery shopping means potential team members should share a passion for the fresh, natural, and organic products offered throughout the store. Those interested in positions at the new Apopka store should visit sprouts.com/careers to view openings and apply. Sprouts will host a team member virtual hiring event on March 23, and an in-person hiring event on April 6th at the Embassy Suites at 225 Shorecrest Drive 8 am – 5 pm.

Employment opportunities include:

  • Department Managers, Assistant Department Managers and Clerks (Produce, Vitamins and Body Care, Meat and Seafood, Deli, Grocery, Bakery and more) 
  • Cashiers
  • Courtesy Clerks
  • Backup Receiver, Administrative Coordinator, and Scan Coordinator

Sprouts offers competitive pay, team member discounts, a fun, and rewarding culture, and numerous career advancement opportunities. To learn more about open positions and team member benefits, or to apply, visit sprouts.com/careers or call 1-866-925-2396 for non-managerial roles.

For a list of stores by region or to see other locations coming soon, visit sprouts.com/stores.

About Sprouts Farmers Market 

Sprouts is the place where goodness grows. True to its farm-stand heritage, Sprouts offers a unique grocery experience featuring an open layout with fresh produce at the heart of the store. Sprouts inspires wellness naturally with a carefully curated assortment of better-for-you products paired with purpose-driven people. The healthy grocer continues to bring the latest in wholesome, innovative products made with lifestyle-friendly ingredients such as organic, plant-based, and gluten-free. Headquartered in Phoenix, and one of the fastest-growing retailers in the country, Sprouts employs approximately 31,000 team members and operates more than 370 stores in 23 states nationwide. To learn more about Sprouts, and the good it brings communities, visit about.sprouts.com

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  • MamaMia

    Looking forward to the grand opening. I want to see what it is all about. When Winn Dixie used to be in the plaza there ( Wekiva Riverwalk) they had the coolest thing I have ever seen in a grocery store produce section. When you were walking by shopping, first you would see the flashing of lights ( the "lightning") next the audio recording of thunder, then the greens would get a misting spraying of water ( the "rain") and a recording of the song, "Singing in the Rain" would play! I loved it! I hope Sprouts can impress me...lol. I finally went and visited a Whole Food grocery. It was okay, but too pricey for my tastes. They did have a lot of fruits and veggies I have never seen, especially all kinds of crazy tomatoes, that I wouldn't buy, but hey, each to their own. I like flounder, and almost fell out when the fillets were priced at $ 22.99 a pound! Guess my husband and I need to go catch some at the coast, like we used to do. The Apopka Farmer's Market at night, is a strange concept to me, I am used to farmer's markets early in the mornings. One night, we walked around in the park, and one vendor didn't have any light, when trying to sell produce. Oh well. Trader Joe's, I have been there, but couldn't find any parking spots. Someone told me that a Krogers is going in on 436 across from Arby's, but I think it is going to be something else, because I read Kroger doesn't have brick and mortar stores in Fl., just delivery. Maybe some of you all aren't excited about an upscale version of Winn Dixie, at the city center, but I am. I like Winn Dixie.

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