PCC to open 11th store in Bothell

This article was originally published in August 2015

The Canyon Park neighborhood in Bothell, Wash., will be home to a new PCC Natural Markets store in 2016. In making the announcement, PCC’s CEO, Cate Hardy, said, “We are delighted we’ll be bringing PCC’s best-in-class produce, our in-store-made deli and prepared foods, and our wide variety of organic grocery items — plus our excellent customer service — to shoppers in the Bothell, Mill Creek and Woodinville communities.”

Bothell will be PCC’s 11th store. The location, just south of the intersection of Interstate 405 and the Bothell-Everett Highway, will be convenient for existing and future PCC customers.

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