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October 21, 2016 More options available for West Seattle grocery shoppers
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by Lindsay Peyton
Options are changing for foodies in West Seattle who are on the hunt for fresh produce and gourmet goodies.

Metropolitan Market is undergoing a major renovation, Whole Foods is coming to town and PCC is preparing to close its doors – so it can later reopen in a larger space.

“We’re all really unique and serve customers in different ways,” Helen Neville, executive vice president of sales and operations for Metropolitan Market, said.

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She believes that having multiple options benefits residents.

Neville said Metropolitan Market has been under the same ownership since 1971. “There are generations of customers who say this is their store,” she said. “Some of the original people we hired are still here. It’s a community within a community.”

She said that the remodel will make room for a new pizza section of the store – and for extra options in prepared meals.

Store director Paul Marth added that the cheese department has been completely updated, and the coffee shop merged with the bakery, making more room for seating and housewares.

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