Cary's Newest 'Whole Foods' Opens Its Doors

Cary's Newest 'Whole Foods' Opens Its Doors
Desserts at the Whole Foods at New Waverly Place. | Photo: Jean K./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on December 06, 2017.

A new Whole Foods has opened at the Alston Town Center, located at 5055 Arco Street. 

The new store joins another location in Cary at the Waverly Place Shopping Center and the two locations in Raleigh at the Ridgewood Shopping Center and the Market at Colonnade. 

Customers at the 40,000-square-foot store can expect locally-sourced, high-quality products, Whole Foods said in a statement. There is also an extensive prepared food section for those who want to grab-and-go. 

The new supermarket also features a 1,500-square-foot La Farm bakery, which offers a café menu that includes sandwiches, bread, and coffee. The bakery has 60 seats, indoors and outdoors, for diners. 

The Preston Corners-based French bakery has expanded rapidly, including a recently opened production facility in downtown Cary. The local bakery also offers bread in all of the Whole Foods locations in the Triangle.