Sprouts To Open In Simpsonville
Jan 04, 2018 10:36AM ● Published by Emily Stevenson
The new Sprouts stores will open at the following locations:
Augusta, Ga. – 630 Crane Creek Drive
Charlotte, N.C. – 15121 Ballancroft Parkway
Lincoln, Calif. – 115 Ferrari Ranch Road
San Diego, Calif. – 8142 Mira Mesa Boulevard
Simpsonville, S.C. – 2200 Woodruff Road
Sparks, Nev. – 125 Disc Drive
Grand opening dates and hiring information will be shared at a later date. Each store will bring approximately 120 new career opportunities to its local neighborhood. To learn more about immediate opportunities or to apply, visit sprouts.com/careers or call 1-866-925-2396 for non-managerial roles.
“Sprouts’ knowledgeable and friendly team members are the hallmark of our stores,” said Dan Sanders, chief operations officer. “We’re excited to meet our new neighbors in Simpsonville and introduce them to our fresh, natural and organic products at value prices across the store.”
In 2018, Sprouts will also open stores in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Washington state, bringing its state count to 19 by the end of the year. For a list of stores by region or to see locations coming soon, visit sprouts.com/stores/search.
Since opening its doors 15 years ago, Sprouts has appealed to everyday shoppers interested in fresh, natural and organic products at affordable prices and is known for knowledgeable team members and a welcoming environment. Sprouts offers fresh produce, meat and seafood, bulk foods, vitamins and supplements, a deli with freshly prepared entrees and sides, dairy, bakery, natural body care items and more. In addition to thousands of natural, organic and gluten-free groceries, shoppers can find more than 1,800 Sprouts Brand items, which meet strict ingredient standards while delivering exceptional value, taste and quality.
Sprouts is dedicated to growing responsibly and has committed to a “Zero Waste” threshold by 2020, as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Sprouts Food Rescue program donates unsold and edible groceries, including fresh produce, from its stores and distribution centers to food banks in all of its markets. Local relief agencies pick up this food, which would otherwise go to waste, and distribute it to families in need. In 2017, Sprouts donated an estimated 23 million pounds of product, equivalent to 19 million meals. Food that is not fit for human consumption is either composted or sent to cattle ranches through Sprouts’ Food Waste to Farms program.