A local cooperative grocer said it hopes to open two new stores at proposed development sites in the Fenway and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods.
Harvest Co-op Market, with existing locations in Cambridge and Jamaica Plain, says it “has been selected to participate in two new development projects … as the ‘anchor’ retailer for the Fenway Project, a green development occurring in the Fenway [and] the grocer for the Arboretum Project, a development near the Forest Hills MBTA stop.”
“The developers selected Harvest because of our excellent reputation in the metro-Boston area for our high-quality and healthy foods, our many years of community involvement and our commitment to environmental stewardship,” the announcement from board president Christina Lively says.
A communication official for the grocer referred comment to Harvest’s general manager who was not immediately available.
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