Native Sun Natural Foods Market Announces Opening Date for New Store in Jacksonville Beach

July 14, 2015
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Native Sun Natural Foods Market, North Florida’s leading organic grocery retailer, expects to open its Jacksonville Beach location at the corner of 3rd Street and 15th Avenue North on September 4, 2015.

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With the opening date set, Native Sun owner Aaron Gottlieb addressed his decision to bring Native Sun to Jacksonville Beach, saying that, “the location was an easy choice for the new store because of the passion for healthy living that already exists within the beaches community.”

For Native Sun, healthy living is about achieving balance. As Jacksonville’s local organic grocer, that balance starts with proper nutrition and expands to include anything that encourages a healthy mind and body.

It’s an inclusive approach to health that has made Native Sun a go-to destination for those looking for simple, great-tasting options for any diet or eating occasion. Whether it’s with the perfect post-workout snack or with hot take-home meals for those in a hurry, Native Sun makes healthy eating easy, accessible and delicious.

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Native Sun_Rendering2 (1)The company works hard to support the needs and interests of those living and working in the communities surrounding its stores. When it opens, the beaches store will introduce the community to a local business that shares its excitement for all aspects of a healthy lifestyle. It will also bring over 50 jobs to the area, hiring for which has already begun. Those interested in applying should visit Native Sun’s website,, for a list of current open positions.

Native Sun_Jacksonville Beach_1200x1200 webTo stay in touch with the latest updates on the construction and hiring process for the beaches store, follow Native Sun on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or on the company’s blog.

Native Sun is Jacksonville’s own natural and organic grocer, having served the local community since 1996. The company currently operates two locations, the original Native Sun store at 10000 San Jose Boulevard and their second store at 11030 Baymeadows Road. Both stores are open from 8am to 8pm Monday thru Saturday and Sundays from 10am to 6pm.


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