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Friday, May 10, 2013

Green Zebra Grocery announced that its third location will open up in Portland's up-and-coming Southeast Division and 50th area.

Green Zebra Grocery will open at 4926 S.E. Division St., near the A’La Carts Food Pavilion at the intersection of Southeast 50th Avenue, in mid-2014. The grocer, started by former New Seasons CEO Lisa Sedlar, had announced earlier this year it would open at locations in the Woodstock neighborhood in Southeast Portland and North Portland’s Kenton neighborhood.

“Our neighborhood has been growing immensely these last few years and the demand for fresh, healthy food has been growing with it,” said Linda Gramlich, Green Zebra’s Division Street landlord, in a release. “We know that Green Zebra Grocery will be a welcome addition to our thriving community and neighborhood. The residents in this neighborhood are such an active and engaged community and we look forward to helping meet their needs.”

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