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Greenbay Market Expanding To 30th Avenue

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March 28, 2016 By Michael Florio

Greenbay Market will open a new location on 30th Avenue in a former Rite Aid, the store has confirmed.

Owner Hasan Clik said, “It will be a similar concept as the marketplace on Broadway.”

However, he said it was too early to offer further details about the store – which will be located at 31-10 30th Ave. – including what items it will offer. Clik was also unable to specify when the new store will open, noting that construction began very recently.

A construction worker on site Monday estimated that work would take about four months.

Greenbay Organic Marketplace is located at 32-06 Broadway and offers groceries and organic products.

Last year, the company expanded across the street with Greenbay Essentials at 32-19 Broadway, which offers vitamins, supplements and body and beauty products as well as a juice bar.

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Jake

Would be nice, but I’m all for competition. Greenbay will charge even more money than if another organic competitor were to open up there. Oh well good thing we have Whole Foods and TJ to choose from.

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