PCC Natural Markets Announces Expansion Efforts at its Edmonds Location

2017 News

(SEATTLE, May 23, 2017) – Shoppers at PCC Natural Market’s (PCC) Edmonds location have likely begun seeing changes to the store as remodeling efforts kicked off in May. The area’s largest community-owned grocer, PCC has been an Edmonds community staple since 2008.

In addition to a refresh of the space, the store will expand to include the following offerings:

  • Rotisserie: Brined, seasoned, rubbed and roasted every day in the PCC Kitchen, the meats in the PCC Rotisserie will be sustainably raised and will always include organic rotisserie chickens alongside a rotating menu of other juicy offerings. This will be the second store to feature the PCC Rotisserie, which launched at the Bothell PCC last summer.
  • Taqueria: Edmonds will be the third store to offer the Mexican-style PCC Taqueria, featuring seasoned fillings like pork adobado, beef barbacoa, roasted squash and garbanzos, and chicken verde made with Non-GMO Project Verified chicken. Also on the menu: rice and beans, aguas frescas and freshly prepared salsas.
  • Salad Bar: A certified organic retailer, Edmonds PCC will feature a variety of organic, fresh and seasonal produce at its salad bar.
  • Soup, Hot Bar + Deli: As with every PCC location, Edmond store chefs will make soup, hot entrees and sides, and fresh deli items from scratch on-site each day.
  • Café: The Edmonds PCC Café will spotlight freshly baked goods like seasonal galettes and the PCC Crownie – a brownie, chocolate chip cookie hybrid drizzled with caramel. It will also include wheat-free, dairy-free and vegan items plus coffee and tea drinks made to order.

As with its other locations, the Edmonds store will continue to celebrate all that is fresh, local, organic, seasonal and sustainable. Highlights include:

  • Produce that is locally sourced and 95 percent organic;
  • A fresh meat department emphasizing organic or non-GMO chicken, beef and pork;
  • Seafood sourced from sustainable fisheries per the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program; and
  • An array of natural health and body care products that are among the safest (for skin and the environment) in the nation.

The Edmonds PCC will remain open during construction. The remodel is expected to be complete in July 2017.

About PCC

Founded in Seattle in 1953, PCC Natural Markets (PCC) is the nation’s largest community-owned food market and WholeFoods Magazine’s 2016 Retailer of the Year. PCC has an active membership spanning more than 58,000 households and gives back 15 percent of its after-tax net earnings to schools and non-profits around the Puget Sound.

PCC operates stores in the cities of Bothell, Edmonds, Issaquah, Kirkland and Redmond. Its six Seattle stores are in the neighborhoods of Columbia City, Fremont, Green Lake, View Ridge and West Seattle. PCC also plans to open new stores in Burien in 2018 and Seattle’s Madison Valley neighborhood in 2019.

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Media contact

Laura Ray

On Behalf of PCC Natural Markets



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