Trader Joe's Coming to Pembroke Pines

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Broward County get ready, because the shopping phenomenon known as Trader Joe's is coming to you in 2014.

See also: Trader Joe's Opens in Miami: Here's What to Expect

The shop that features well-priced private-label foods in a tropical setting is set to open a location at Pembroke Crossing, at the corner of Pines Boulevard and Flamingo Road in Pembroke Pines, according to a press release.

The 12,500-square-foot shop will be the first for Broward County, with several locations in Palm Beach County in the works for 2014, including Boca Raton, Wellington, Palm Beach Gardens, and Delray Beach.

See also: Trader Joe's Brings Their Organic, Non-GMO Ethos to Boca Raton

The first southeastern Florida Trader Joe's opened in Pinecrest in Miami-Dade just last month to much fanfare. Trader Joe's loyalists, many transplants from California and the Northeast, giddily traveled the aisles in search of the cookie butter and Two-Buck Chuck they had missed for so long.

The Monrovia, California-based Trader Joe's garners a generous fan base not only for its well-priced food. The company believes in fair-trade practices, and all of its private-label products are GMO-free. In addition, their Trader Joe's branded eggs are sourced from cage-free chickens, and many products are organic.

An exact opening date has not yet been announced. Stay tuned for all Trader Joe's-related updates as we receive them.

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