'Basics Market' is a grocery store concept that is set to open soon in Oregon. The small-format store sets itself apart by championing at-home cooking, as this simple act helps to foster community, reduce waste and promote healthy eating habits.
At the Basics Market, consumers will be able to find just what they need to cook simple, nourishing meals at home. As such, the store is set to be organized into five meal stations and limited choices in each category, with an emphasis on supporting sustainable and local suppliers. On-site, consumers will be able to consult a nutritionist as needed.
The rest of the space is dedicated to a nutrition classroom and discovery kitchen, which further promotes healthy eating and enjoying food to the fullest.
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