SALT LAKE CITY — Trader Joe's has pushed back the opening of its first Utah store to Nov. 30. The store had originally been slated for a Nov. 16 opening, but construction delays got in the way.
"We are confident the extra time will help us prepare a store that will give our customers a complete Trader Joe's experience," company spokeswoman Alison Mochizuki said.
The Salt Lake store will be at 634 E. 400 South. Trader Joe's carries an extensive array of domestic and imported foods and beverages including fresh-baked artisan breads, Arabica bean coffees, international frozen entrées, 100 percent juices, fresh crop nuts, deli items, and vitamins and supplements, as well as the basics, like milk and eggs.
The Salt Lake City location will not sell wine, including the $2 wine nicknamed "Two-Buck Chuck," because of the state's liquor laws.
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