Whole Foods opening largest San Francisco store in Potrero Hill

Whole Foods Market Inc. (WFMI) will open its newest San Francisco store at 450 Rhode Island Street in the Potrero Hill District this Wednesday at 9 a.m.

The store, at 42,000 square feet, will be the largest in The City and will include The Spa, the company’s first on-site mini-spa and a street-side, dine-in Market Bistro, also a company first.

The opening will kick off with a bread-breaking ceremony at 8:45 a.m. and will feature a guest appearance by Bay Area chef Paul Bertolli, music, food samples, a gift basket raffle and complimentary reusable Whole Foods Market Green Bags for the first 1,000 customers to make a $25 or more purchase. Funds raised from the raffle will go to the San Francisco Food Bank.

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