Joining the openings in big cities around the country, a national specialty grocer called Pop Up Grocer is opening a Denver location on Friday. The Denver opening joined fellow cities Chicago, Miami, New York, Los Angeles and Austin, according to a news release.
Pop Up Grocer opens Friday at 2645 Walnut Street in Denver’s RiNO neighborhood. It is open daily from 11am to 8pm. For a limited time. The store operates until October 30th.
Pop Up Grocer officials said more than 300 products, from over a hundred brands, will be available for products in food, beverage, home, body and pet care. The brands represented are “committed to sustainability, ingredient transparency and innovative flavor bundled into uniquely-designed, creative packaging,” according to the release.
“Denver is an active, wellness-minded city that has welcomed a lot of new residents in the last few years,” Founder and CEO Emily Schildt said in the release. “We’re thrilled to meet their enthusiasm for adventure with a like-minded array of products that are the perfect complement to their lifestyle.”
The store will carry national brands, such as Christie’s Chips, The Hampton Grocer and Courtside. They will also be selling local Colorado brands. Among those are Hazlo tequila mixer, Rowdy Mermaid kombucha and vegan Byte Bars. Officials said 5% of in-store sales are donated “to one emerging band and its founder.”
For more information, visit the company’s website https://popupgrocer.com/.
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