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Supermarket completes $2.8M makeover

November 2, 2015
| By Pat Evans |
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Jamba Juice smoothies
Jamba Juice smoothies are made with fruit and 100-percent fruit juice, and customers can choose an energy "boost" to add to their drinks. Photo via

A supermarket is celebrating its $2.8-million makeover this week — and welcoming a smoothie company to the West Michigan market.

D&W Fresh Market said last week that Jamba Juice is featured at its remodeled Breton Village location in Grand Rapids, at 1814 Breton Rd. SE.

Jamba Juice sells smoothies, juices, “energy bowls,” “tasty bites” and tea.

“We must stay ahead of the curve and deliver what our customers want, in an inviting, easy-to-access location,” said Ted Adornato, EVP of Retail Operations for D&W’s parent company, SpartanNash.

The new-look supermarket features a number of elements: a revamped produce department with more than 200 organic and local products; 250 new wines, 700 beer varieties and 14 new hard ciders; a bulk-foods section with more than 225 items; build-your-own coffee pack; make-your-own nut-butter; ready-to-eat meals; and more.

D&W said the remodeled location also includes reclaimed wood, energy-saving lighting and appliances and a recycling station for bags, corks and paper. 

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