MOM's Organic Market Celebrates Grand Opening in Waldorf, MD. November 9-11

Popular natural foods market brings organic foods at affordable prices to Southern Maryland

ROCKVILLE, November 7, 2012 - Maryland’s family owned organic grocer, MOM’s Organic Market, is bringing organic food at affordable prices to southern Maryland with the opening of a new store in Waldorf, MD. The new store, MOM’s first location in Charles County, will provide local customers with an incredible selection of 100% certified organic produce; grass-fed organic meat and dairy; bulk food, coffee and spices; sustainable seafood; food for gluten free and raw diets; freshly baked Spring Mill Bread and an extensive wellness department.

MOM’s Waldorf is 100% Wind Powered

Located at the intersection of Route 301 and Plaza Way in Waldorf, MD, MOM’s Waldorf was renovated following environmentally conscious principals that support MOM’s purpose: to protect and restore the environment. The store design utilizes low impact building materials, low VOC paint, LED lighting and energy-efficient closed-door coolers. Like all MOM’s Organic Market locations, MOM’s Waldorf is 100% wind powered. The store features recycling centers for CFL bulbs, household batteries and used shoes. Two electric car charging stations are available (free of charge) in the parking lot outside. MOM’s also offsets the carbon footprint for shopping by purchasing carbon credits from TerraPass in proportion to estimated emissions from customers’ travel to and from the store.

Grand Opening November 9th-11th

MOM’s Organic Market will celebrate the Grand Opening in Waldorf on November 9th, 10th and 11th during regular store hours (9am – 9pm Monday through Saturday, 9am – 8pm Sunday). The festivities will include dozens of local vendor demos, free food samples, goody bags and gift-baskets, plus crafting activities and henna face-paint for kids.

About MOM’s Organic Market:
Founded by Scott Nash in 1987, MOM’s Organic Market has grown from a Beltsville, MD based organic produce delivery service to the Washington-Baltimore region’s premier series of family-owned organic grocery stores. Today, MOM’s operates ten stores in the region, located in Alexandria, VA; Herndon, VA; Merrifield, VA; Bowie, MD; College Park, MD; Frederick, MD;Jessup, MD; Rockville, MD, Timonium, MD and Waldorf, MD.

Source: MOM’s Market/PR Newswire

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