Description About This Posting: Profitable Organic Based Grocery Store
Very profitable and well established organic and health related grocery store is now available due to retirement planning.
Established over 35 years ago, this grocery story has enjoyed organic growth year over year and is now a staple and bedrock to the community which it serves.
The store offers a wide variety of organic groceries and produce, a full service bakery and deli, vitamins and supplements as well as health & beauty aids, bulk foods and herbs and a variety of pet foods and supplies.
This retailer boasts a very loyal staff of ~45 employees, 10 of whom are in leadership roles.
There is very limited competition in the area likely due in part to the a large market share having been captured over the years by this business.
Lease is due to expire towards the beginning of next year and the landlord is ready to negotiate a new lease with a buyer.
Year over year of steady growth and profitability.
SBA Approved and ready to go for a well qualified buyer.
To get more information about this Profitable Organic Based Grocery Store business for sale in
Northern California please phone Darrin Davenport (Intermediary, Agent - BRE License #:01224602) at 866-802-0508 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
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Darrin Davenport, make sure you email Darrin Davenport above to get more info about this
Profitable Organic Based Grocery Store, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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