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365 by Whole Foods Market opens its third store in Bellevue, Washington

BELLEVUE, Wash., 2016-Sep-14 — /EPR Retail News/ — The third 365 by Whole Foods Market location opens on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 9 a.m. in Bellevue, Washington, at 10200 NE 4th Street in Bellevue Square.

Open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., the 30,000-square-foot store offers a thoughtful selection of grab-and-go  prepared foods, grocery items and retail innovations that streamline the shopping experience for customers who are seeking convenience and value on high quality products without any artificial colors, sweeteners or preservatives.

“From the food offerings to the design, we’re excited to introduce people to a shopping experience that delivers on the quality standards they expect from Whole Foods Market in a fun new format that’s easy to navigate and is focused on value in every department,” said Jeff Turnas, president of 365 by Whole Foods Market. “Whether you’re planning a quick stop on the way home from work for a grab-and-go dinner, stocking up on groceries for the week, or fueling up with a burrito after shopping, you’ll find a blend of innovation and convenience here that’s unmatched.”


In the store’s large grab-and-go section, shoppers can find a range of healthy, prepared food options, priced by the container at small, medium and large. Shoppers can order hot dogs, tacos, bowls, and burritos, as well as pizza from self-serve kiosks. Prepared foods items meet the same quality standards as all products sold in the store. Menu highlights:

  • Eclectic hot dogs like the vegan “Carrot Dog” made with a braised carrot, tamarind chutney slaw, cilantro and avocado
  • Pizza offerings like the vegan veggie, made with Kite Hill ricotta and chicken bulgogi with sauce made from Bianco DiNapoli tomatoes
  • Hot and cold bars with global cuisines and rotating items like bibimbap and kimchee fried rice, chicken verde enchiladas and schichimi togorashi brussel sprouts
  • Soups include West African peanut, Tonkatsu chicken and vegatable soup, chicken Hlelem, and vegan coconut vegetable
  • Everyday items like brown rice, beans, tortillas and seasonal salads like cauliflower and radicchio


The store offers shoppers an expansive produce department, including “Veg Valley,” an enclosed area for chilled produce options.

  • A great selection of both organic and conventionally grown fruits and vegetables
  • An entire wall of bagged greens, salads and pre-prepped produce to help make eating more fruits and veggies easier
  • Many items sold by the each; customers can weigh and sticker their own items for convenience
  • Value priced floral selections at two price points: $5 and $10

Meat & Sea

Offers a wide variety of ready-to-cook items, including chicken, meat, pork, seafood and marinated selections of high-quality meats from animals raised without antibiotics and added hormones. All items are packaged for convenience. Includes:

  • Sustainably sourced fresh fillets, value priced, vacuum-packed fish and shellfish, and steaks and marinated options
  • Selection of 100 percent grass-fed organic beef
  • 365 by Whole Foods Market has full knowledge and traceability of all seafood and strives to source local options that meet Whole Foods Market’s strict quality standards
  • All beef, chicken and pork are step-rated, using Global Animal Partnership’s 5-Step® Animal Welfare rating system, and adhere to Whole Foods Market’s stringent quality standards

Total Pantry (grocery, bakery, supplements and body care)

This department offers shoppers great value on high quality everyday pantry staples without any artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or hydrogenated oils.

  • Aisles are full of hundreds of favorite 365 Everyday Value™ products – from salty snacks to baking supplies, supplements and body care
  • All bakery items are in line with Whole Foods Market quality standards, and are made with cage-free eggs


Features an assortment of kombucha and cold-pressed juices from Suja, Evolution Fresh, Temple Turmeric and REBBL, plus a curated collection of more than 400 wines, including eco-friendly and biodynamic options, a varied selection of special-occasion wines and fun beverages like sake and sangria. Highlights:

  • 365 by Whole Foods Market partnered with Banquet by Delectable, a smartphone app that scans wine labels and provides instant descriptions and ratings for customers seeking wine selections
  • The wide selection of wine is value-oriented; the majority of bottles are priced at or below $20. Shoppers will also find a handful of popular higher-end champagne offerings like Veuve Clicquot, which were thoughtfully selected by buyers
  • A large selection of chilled beer with an assortment of local craft beers, domestic favorites and unique imports

Chilled and Frozen

  • An assortment of yogurt, eggs, milk, including non-dairy milks and yogurts, like refrigerated rice soy, almond, coconut and flax; also, many shelf-stable milk alternatives: almond, soy, rice, quinoa, hemp
  • A frozen section of goodies, from entrees to ice cream, pizza and more
  • All eggs sold at 365 by Whole Foods Market are cage-free

Wild Ginger Kitchen

The “Friends of 365” program allows innovative businesses and entrepreneurs that align with the mission and quality standards of Whole Foods Market to establish independent retail spaces inside the store. The Bellevue store’s “Friends of 365” partner is Wild Ginger Kitchen. The masterminds behind Wild Ginger and Triple Door will offer a more fast-casual take on their acclaimed fresh and flavorful Asian fare, with customized bowls and a seasonally inspired menu. Wild Ginger Kitchen opens in October 2016.


One of shoppers’ favorite stops in 365 by Whole Foods Market stores is the customizable tea station, teaBOT. It offers an efficient, self-serve kiosk, allowing customers to create personalized tea blends by choosing from a selection of 18 teas and herbal ingredients.

Allegro Coffee Bus

This funky take on an in-store coffee bar features brewed coffee, tea and espresso drinks served from a classic 1960s VW bus. The coffee bus hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week.

Store Design

The Bellevue store and subsequent locations are designed with convenience and efficiency in mind to create an easy flow and a streamlined customer experience.

  • Each 365 by Whole Foods Market store features a signature piece of art that reflects the community in which it opens. “KaleVue” is a colorful and textured piece of art by Sebastien Leon
  • There are limited printed signs, all price tags are digital, and customers should be able to see the entire store as soon as they walk in
  • Additional amenities include home delivery via Instacart, free Wi-Fi available in seating areas throughout the store, and accessible parking

My 365 Rewards

Shoppers can take advantage of My 365 Rewards, a 100 percent digital loyalty program, offering personalized product recommendations, tailored content and special deals based on individual preferences.

  • “Gimme 10 Deals” provides 10 percent off products featured on the end caps and elsewhere throughout the store
  • Digital punch cards offer “buy 10 and get one free” deals on favorite items such as rotisserie chicken, Driscoll’s berries, organicgirl greens, and Evolution Fresh juices
  • Shoppers can sign up online and use their digital membership card or phone number at checkout to access their benefits

Opening Day Deals & Happenings

Throughout the store, customers will discover “Flash Finds,” featuring new products, seasonal items or unique offerings available for a limited time. Opening week highlights include Oro di Sicilia olive oil, Back to the Roots breakfast cereals, EatPops natural fruit and veggie ice pops, and Califia Farms citrus juices.

On opening day (Wednesday, Sept. 14), the first 365 shoppers will receive a free reusable shopping bag. The first 100 shoppers will receive gift cards in varying amounts – from $5 to $365.

For details on what’s inside the store, as well as featured deals and everyday values in each aisle, click here, follow us on Facebook or @365bywholefoods on Instagram and Twitter.

Store Contact Information:

Drew Stout, Store Team Leader (
365 by Whole Foods Market
10200 NE 4th Street
Bellevue, WA 98004
Phone: (425) 453-4708

Source: 365 by Whole Foods Market

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