New Earth Fare location will open in Orlando's SoDo district


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Earth Fare, the grocery store chain known for its organic and natural foods, announced they will be opening a new location in Orlando's SoDo District on March 20.

The new store will be at the corner of Orange Avenue and Gore Street.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 20 starts at 7 a.m., and the grand opening will include free samples and a gift-card giveaway valued at up to $1,000 to the first 500 shoppers in line.

"We are excited to expand our clean, healthy food offering within the Orlando community to give shoppers the confidence that there are no harmful ingredients in their carts," said Frank Scorpiniti, president and CEO of Earth Fare in a press release. "Every day, more and more Americans are making the connection between healthier foods and happier, longer lives. We are proud to provide both a broad selection and healthy convenience to our shoppers."

Other benefits shoppers can expect are same-day grocery delivery with Instacart (new customers get their first three deliveries free using the "HealthyDelivered" code), wine and local beer on tap, and made-to-order café and juice bar.

This is Earth Fare's 14th location in Florida and second in Orlando with their other store located in Lake Nona.

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