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Tag Archives: Grocery

Caldwell’s Pantera Market expands to Nampa (access required)

Pantera Market will open its third Canyon County Mexican grocery store in Nampa in December. Senen Aguilar Campos, known by his childhood nickname Pantera, owns all three buildings that in a nine-year evolution started with leased space in Ontario and ...

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Broulim’s grocer opens at Sandcreek Commons in Ammon (access required)

In the past year or so, Sandcreek Commons in Ammon has transformed from 40 mostly undeveloped acres to eastern Idaho’s second-largest shopping center. Broulim’s Fresh Foods, an eastern Idaho supermarket chain, opened its 60,000-square-foot store Dec. 21 to become Sandcreek’s ...

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Canyon County Co-op set to open Jan. 19 (access required)

The long-awaited opening for the Canyon County Co-op is slated for Jan. 19 at 1415 First Street South in Nampa. The Co-op got started in September 2014 as a working committee of the Downtown Nampa Association. It has since become ...

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Grocery Outlet keeps multiplying in Treasure Valley

Two new Grocery Outlet stores are expected to open in Boise and Caldwell on July 30. The stores will be Grocery Outlet’s fifth and sixth in Idaho, joining a Boise store on Fairview and other stores in Coeur d’Alene, Lewiston ...

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Boise Co-op store in Meridian signals a pivot for Boise institution (access required)

Grocery cooperatives not all that long ago did their own thing. They stocked odd bulk foods, incense, and hyper-local produce. They featured handmade signage and attracted counter-culture shoppers. They were pretty much the only place to find natural and organic ...

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Nampa to start its own food co-op (access required)

A membership campaign started Dec. 16 to launch a Canyon County Co-op in downtown Nampa. The food cooperative’s organizers aim to create a store, the fourth in the state, that belongs to the National Cooperative Grocer’s Association. The others are ...

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