WARWICK, R.I. (AP)– Massachusetts- based grocery store chain Market Basket has actually revealed prepare for a second Rhode Island shop.
The 89,000-square-foot shop in Warwick anticipated to open next year will be found at a website that was formerly home to a Sam’s Club and later on an At Home shop, according to a declaration Wednesday from Mayor Joseph Solomon and Market Basket President and CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
“Our city’s central location in the state, combined with our growing business climate, continue to make Warwick a natural choice for multiple companies looking to expand their reach in the Ocean State,” Solomon stated in a declaration.
Privately- owned Market Basket presently has 81 shops in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.
The business in March revealed prepare for a shop in Johnston.
Source: AP News