Full Circle celebrates 40 years

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On November 17, Full Circle Grocery & Bulk will celebrate 40 years in business serving the community and its neighbourhoods.

“We have remained an independent retailer in downtown Kitchener since 1981, when we were located across from the VIA Rail station at Victoria and Weber streets,” says co-owner Sam Nabi.

In October, Full Circle left their Charles Street location and moved to 16 King Street East, a move which Nabi says confirms their dedication to DTK.

“This move marks our continued commitment to downtown. As co-owners of Full Circle, Julia and I are excited to be right in the thick of it on King Street!”

To celebrate the anniversary, look for week-long discounts and door prizes to be won by customers. RSVP to the Facebook event where Full Circle will be showcasing anniversary sales and showing some of the gift baskets available to be won.

Full Circle produce/Full Circle Grocery & Bulk.

“King Street East is a special location for us. From the 1870s to 1954, it was continuously operated as a grocery store. Schell Brothers Grocery, which became Schell & Englert Grocery, was a fixture of downtown Kitchener since the horse-and-buggy days,” Nabi says.

“Full Circle is proud to return to that tradition with an emphasis on bulk foods and waste-free shopping options.”

[Banner image/Full Circle]

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