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Fresh Market Delray Beach Celebrates Grand Opening Today

Today Fresh Market opened the doors to its 153rd retail store in Delray Beach.

The 21,400-square-foot market is the 34th in the state, employs a total of 92 staff members, and is celebrating its first week of business with a variety of store-wide specials available all week long.

Located in the Carrabba's shopping center at the corner of Linton Boulevard and South Federal Highway, the newly-renovated space has been set-up to reflect the company's latest upgrades, features and new food items, store hiring manager Rachel Booker told Clean Plate Charlie.

See also: Trader Joe's Opening in Delray Place October 2014

"That means a larger store space to make room for redesigned deli, bakery and fish [displays], as well as more space for locally-grown conventional and organic produce that represent the best quality available," said Booker.

As with other Fresh Market stores, the Delray Beach location will be offering its popular $2.99 Tuesday specials where you can get everything from fresh-ground chuck and chicken breasts for $2.99 per pound, to a 6-pack of store baked kaiser rolls or two pounds of locally-grown asparagus for less than $5. Likewise, Saturday offers another chance to cash in on savings with deals like three Maryland crab cakes or cold water lobster tails at $6.99 each.

This week you can also find an array of in-store specials, with three-packs of strawberries for $10; $4.99 apple pies; 2-for-1 banana bread. And -- just in time for Valentine's Day --look for two dozen roses for $30.

Fresh Market is located at 1727 S. Federal Blvd. in Delray Beach. For more information call the store at 561-279-2806, or visit the website.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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