Party at PCC on Saturday as it announces new name

Friday, September 15, 2017

Edmonds PCC at Westgate
9803 Edmonds Way, Edmonds 98020
Community-owned PCC Natural Markets, one of Seattle’s original grocers and the largest community-owned food market in the U.S., has revealed a new name, logo and brand campaign that puts its longtime community legacy front and center.

Now called “PCC Community Markets,” the co-op also announced a range of new offerings celebrating its local relationships while meeting Seattle shoppers’ growing appetites for healthful, organic and made-from-scratch food.

To celebrate the community that is at the heart of its new name, this Saturday, September 16, PCC will host the PCC Community Fair at all of its stores from 10am to 4pm. Throughout the day, shoppers will be able to experience the best of PCC, including fresh food samplings and one of several activities for shoppers to enjoy: live local entertainment, cooking demos by PCC Cooks instructors and educational store tours with a trained PCC Nutrition Educator.

PCC Community Markets also announced new offerings centered on local producers, organic foods and healthy eating that will be available in stores later this fall:
  • PCC Grass-fed Yogurt
  • Fresh, Ready-to-cook Meals – available this November
  • Introducing the Chop Shop – Julienned, minced, sliced, diced or chopped! Beginning in November, the Chop Shop will cut to order for free any fruit or vegetable in PCC’s produce department, which offers a selection that is 95 percent organic. 
  • Local Spirit Shop – To complement its collection of exclusive wines and local beers and ciders, PCC will introduce a spirits shop. This department will celebrate the food market’s local roots by featuring only Pacific Northwest-produced spirits.

With its name change, PCC Community Markets also will introduce a new logo, brand identity, awareness campaign and website meant to celebrate its long-standing belief in the power of good food to reach more shoppers.

The website will offer resources to help visitors eat healthfully; shop knowledgeably; stay educated and informed about important food issues and policies; and become a member of the co-op.

For more information, including how to have PCC products delivered via Instacart or Amazon Prime Now, visit: Website, Facebook, Instagram and/or LinkedIn.


Anonymous,  September 15, 2017 at 6:34 PM  

The gold beet salad in the deli is the best!!

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