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posted: 3/6/2013 5:54 PM

New Whole Foods opens in Kildeer

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  • Members of Whole Foods and Kildeer Mayor Nandia Black join in breaking bread during the Wednesday grand opening of the Whole Foods store 20281 N. Rand Road in Kildeer.

       Members of Whole Foods and Kildeer Mayor Nandia Black join in breaking bread during the Wednesday grand opening of the Whole Foods store 20281 N. Rand Road in Kildeer.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Elaine Cotter, of Long Grove, looks at an organic red pepper during the grand opening of the Whole Foods store Wednesday in Kildeer. The store has relocated from a facility in Palatine.

       Elaine Cotter, of Long Grove, looks at an organic red pepper during the grand opening of the Whole Foods store Wednesday in Kildeer. The store has relocated from a facility in Palatine.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 

A new 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods supermarket opened Wednesday in Kildeer.

The store at 20281 N. Rand Road replaces a Whole Foods operation in Palatine. It's among more than 325 stores in North America and the United Kingdom.

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The relocation of the Palatine store features high-quality natural and organic foods in a new convenient and contemporary setting, company officials said in a news release Wednesday.

The store is designed to feel like a gathering of "boutiques within a story" to offer customers an intimate and inviting shopping experience. Among the highlights are a "cooking" department, diverse foods from around the globe, grab and go pastries and a catering service, officials said.

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