Herban Marketplace moves to new location

Herban Marketplace, the Lowcountry’s premier organic grocery, is relocating to a larger space just two doors down form its current location at Newcastle Square in uptown Beaufort.

Owner Greta Lynne is responding to an opportunity to enlarge the store’s retail space after Suzara’s Kitchen vacated their space. The anticipated opening date for the updated 2,000- square-foot store is Monday, Sept. 8 at 10 a.m.

With this move, Herban Marketplace will bring organic and all-natural produce and products to a larger audience. The new space will include a demonstration kitchen and increased space for health and beauty products, fresh organic produce and packaged goods.

“We are almost doubling our space, so our customers will have more elbow-room and an even greater product selection in all areas,” said Lynne. “We also plan on eventually providing some delivery options, since we will now have much more storage space.”

Herban Marketplace will continue to serve its fresh, organic juices and smoothies as well as an expanded menu of salads, wraps and chilled meals in the “grab & go” case many with vegan, vegetarian, raw and gluten free selections. The ever-popular soup kettle will also remain on the menu.

Visit herbanmarketplace.com.

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