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Choices Markets Launches New Online Grocery Store



Choices Markets today announced it is entering the online shopping business, making it easier for customers to shop for local, organic and specialty food items with its new online store set to open in South Surrey and Vancouver’s Kitsilano region this week. Choices new online store is rolling out through the month of November to its remaining locations to ensure the best possible experience for its customers.  

“Over the past year, the need for people to shop in a safe and convenient manner has become more important than ever,” says Jon Janower, Choices Markets COO. “That’s why Choices Markets is proud to announce the launch of our new online store. We’ve used the latest technology to develop an easy-to-use, responsive platform in order to offer the best online shopping experience for our loyal customers. Best of all, our shoppers don’t have to compromise. We’re happy to say that shopping for the latest and greatest in unique, local, organic and specialty groceries has never been easier.”
 
The all-new online shopping experience will be a quick and convenient way to shop. Customers can choose available time slots and have items brought directly to their vehicle.  The new site will be available online and offer Android and iOS apps directly from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Choices Markets is a local, BC owned and operated retailer of local, organic and specialty foods. Founded in 1990 by brothers Wayne and Lloyd Lockhart, Choices Markets has ten locations spanning Vancouver, Burnaby, South Surrey, Abbotsford and Kelowna and also includes an industrial kitchen and bakery in South Burnaby. Opening in fall 2022, Choices will be joining the vibrant Parksville community with their 11th store. Find out more
at choicesmarkets.com.  





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