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Inside the Local Media Buzz Around T&C Markets
Nov. 8, 2021

Our company’s return to our Town & Country Markets roots has caught the attention of several Puget Sound media outlets. Get a quick snapshot of what the news is saying about our market renovations, expanded eating areas, delicious in-market eating experiences and more in the links below:

Kitsap Sun: Poulsbo's Central Market is getting a new name next year
Seattle PI: Seattle-area grocers Ballard Market, Central Market to change names
Seattle Met: New Name for Several Longtime Local Supermarkets
Puget Sound Business Journal: T&C Markets unite under one name to compete with other high-end grocers
425 Magazine: Town & Country Markets Continue Updates, Expansion, and Addition of New Features

New Chapter for T&C Sushi
November 6, 2021

Earlier this year, we learned that our two long-term sushi vendors, Sushi Ko, which operates as a separate business in our Bainbridge and Poulsbo markets; and Sushi Fuku, which operates in our Mill Creek and Shoreline markets, are stepping away from their operations.

Read the full article here

Town & Country Markets and Tom Douglas Rub with Love Giveaway
October 6, 2021

We're excited to partner with Tom Douglas' @rubwithlove for a fun giveaway. Six lucky winners will receive a "Rub with Love" Chicken Rub, the secret delicious ingredient in Tom's famous Chicken Sandwich.

Open to U.S. residents 18+ only. The giveaway closes on Oct. 11, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Read the full details here

Masks Required
August 23, 2021

As per the new statewide mandate effective Aug. 23, masks must be worn in indoor public spaces regardless of vaccination status.

A few weeks ago we started requiring our employees to put their masks back on as the Delta variant has been spreading. Now we are also requiring customers to wear masks as mandated by the governor’s office.

Our company’s leaders are watching for further guidance from the CDC and local and state health officials to determine if we need to make any further changes in our commitment to protect our communities. If and when we make any other operational changes, we’ll keep you up-to-date on this page.

Thank you to our employees and communities for continuing to do their best to keep everyone safe.