Philabundance Opens First U.S. Nonprofit Grocery Store
October 01, 2013
Philadelphia-based hunger relief organization Philabundance has opened a new grocery store called Fare & Square in Chester, Pa. The 13,000-sq.-ft. store marks the country’s first-ever nonprofit grocery concept. The company brought in New York-based CBX to help design the new store, which features six departments: produce, deli, fresh meat, seafood, dairy, frozen and dry goods, featuring brand name and private labels. With a free annual membership, customers will have access to fresh produce, meats, dairy, seafood and frozen foods at low prices.