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Greenbay Market opens on 30th Avenue, third store in Astoria

Jan. 6, 2017 By Hannah Wulkan

Local health food store Greenbay Market opened a new location on 30th Avenue last week.

The new store, located at 31-10 30th Avenue, takes over the space formerly occupied by a Rite-Aid pharmacy.

It has similar offerings to its parent store, located several blocks away at 32-06 Broadway, according to assistant store manager Alenia Reynoso.

The store primarily focuses on organic and healthy foods. It has a large produce section, a hot bar and pre-prepared food section, as well as general groceries.

Though already open, the store is not yet complete. The owners are still working to get a juice bar and a bakery running, which will open soon, Reynoso said.

“We really try to focus on organic and natural products that are high quality but without high prices,” Reynoso said.

This is the third Greenbay Market store. The store expanded across the street from its Broadway location in 2015 and opened Greenbay Essentials at 32-19 Broadway, which offers vitamins, supplements, body and beauty products and a juice bar.

For more store information, visit http://greenbaymarketplace.com/.

 

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Francesca

Great products. Ridiculousy overpriced. They miraculously manage to be more expensive than Whole Foods in most specialty products.

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Rob

Nice place, hot food and nice cheese department, however over price on everything. With Trade fair and key food a block away and huge vegetable store near by I don’t think they will make it.

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SK

Super excited that they opened! They have pretty low intro prices right now — but watch the register. I’ve been overcharged twice already from items ringing up more than they were advertised.

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