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New Meijer opens in Westfield

New Meijer opens in Westfield


Westfield’s population has risen by one-third in less than a decade to more than 41,000. Major projects like Grand Park, Union Square and Grand Junction Plaza will undoubtedly spur more growth in the future. Wochit

Meijer has opened a 155,000-square-foot superstore in Westfield at State Road 32 and Spring Mill Road featuring scan and shop technology, pick-up and delivery.

The store is the retailer’s 15th location in the Indianapolis metro area and the fourth to open in five years, according to a news release. Meijer also has stores in Noblesville and Carmel.

The new Meijer has a pharmacy, clothing department, baby section and large pet department, with 200 animal toys and 500 types of food and treats.

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“This new store reinforces our ongoing commitment to serving the needs of Hamilton County at a time when everyone is looking for a one-stopping experience,” Meijer President & CEO Rick Keys said in a news release.

Customers will be able to use a shop and scan feature, which allows them to scan items with a iPhone and bag them as they shop. Home delivery and curbside pick-up will also be offered.

Company officials said several Coronavirus safety measures will be in place, including Plexiglas barriers at check-out counters and a mask requirement.

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Published at Thu, 13 May 2021 13:51:37 +0000