DOWNERS GROVE, ILL. — Fresh Thyme Market will open a new concept store on Nov. 10 at City Foundry in St. Louis that will feature a vast assortment of fresh, local, natural, and organic food, as well as national brand products at affordable prices.  

"We're thrilled to finally announce when we'll be opening our doors and welcoming the St. Louis community to our beautiful new flagship store," said Jane Wilcox, store director. "Our team provides shoppers with an unparalleled grocery experience from the moment they walk in all the way through check out. We're excited to make a positive impact in the community and look forward to showing shoppers what the Fresh Thyme Market at City Foundry STL store is all about." 

Aligning with Fresh Thyme's mission to support local communities, the 27,000-square-foot flagship store Fresh Thyme Market at City is committed to offering more than 1,000 local, artisan items, including Bridge Bread, Prioritized Pastries, Field to Fire, Patty's Cheesecake and Demiblue Natural Nails. 

Through easy-to-navigate shelves and reliably sourced products, Fresh Thyme Market at City Foundry STL strives to present a more thoughtful approach for all St. Louis shoppers to live healthier lives. Fresh Thyme Market at City Foundry STL, has partnered with local artist Grace McCammond to paint a mural of fresh colorful produce on the outside of the building facing Forest Park. The flagship store, features a full-service café, offering breakfast bites, power lunches and coffee concoctions, products from local, black women-owned businesses and a self-checkout model, allowing customers the ease of shopping at their own speed. 

To further support and engage within the community, Fresh Thyme Market at City Foundry STL is partnering with the St. Louis Food Bank School Market Program. This partnership provides access and choice of real food to students and families to live better and healthier lives. This commitment within the community positively impacts over 1,000 families to further deepen the store's roots in the community they serve. 

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