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Health food retailer Nature's Emporium has opened a new store in the Toronto suburb of Oakville, Ont.

Nature’s Emporium Opens New Oakville Store

Health food retailer Nature’s Emporium has opened a new store in the Toronto suburb of Oakville, Ont.

Located in QuadReal Group’s Dorval Crossing shopping centre, the store gives the company six Ontario locations.

“The opening of this new store – its second one in Ontario’s Halton region – marks another step in the company’s ongoing implementation of its ambitious, multi-year growth and rejuvenation strategy across Southern Ontario,” Nature’s Emporium said in a news release.

The Newmarket, Ont.-based company said its expansion into Oakville aligns with its mission to promote well-being throughout Southern Ontario.

“Nature’s Emporium aims to be the go-to destination for organic produce, convenient and healthy meals, natural health and beauty products, eco-friendly household essentials, local brands, and more,” said the firm in the press release.


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