The mom-and-pop organic market that was a hub of the organic movement is closing its doors for good.
The mom and pop market, which sold fresh produce from around the world, was in operation for nearly 20 years.
The new grocery store will be operated by Zion Foods.
The organic grocery market in California, with its emphasis on organic, has been the epicenter of the California organic movement.
It has long been the largest and most successful of all the California markets.
Zion Foods plans to open its new store in Pasadena sometime in March 2018, but it doesn’t know when exactly that will be.
“We’ll be opening up in Pasadena as early as April 2018,” Zion spokesman Greg Schulz said.
“The market has been a tremendous success for us and for the local community.”
Zion is looking for a location with a good parking lot.
A lot of the stores have already had some renovations, but the store that opened in 2015 had a garage that had been renovated and it had a parking lot, he said.
The store will sell produce from all over the world.
The company will be selling produce from the United States, Canada, China, Europe, Asia and Australia, Schulz told ABC News.
Zions grocery store, Zions, opened its doors in Pasadena in 2015.
Schulz said the new store will not sell meat, eggs, dairy or seafood.
Zioned is one of the only California grocery stores that still carries groceries.
But Schulz has said Zions food choices are now limited to produce from its own farms.
He said the company is looking to move some of its organic produce to its own warehouses in Southern California.
Zions grocery stores are located in Los Angeles, Orange County, Ventura and Riverside.
The grocer’s future is in jeopardy after California regulators banned organic farming, citing a lack of scientific evidence for the safety of organic foods.
Schulz was not available for comment.