Creston staple expands

    Item's from the deli case at Kingma's Market. Courtesy photo.

    A Creston neighborhood market has undergone a $500K renovation. Kingma’s Market, 2225 Plainfield Ave NE, now offers hundreds of “non-food items” and has expanded its bakery and produce department.

    Kingma’s Market, 2225 Plainfield Ave NE, has undergone a $500,000 renovation. Grand Rapids Magazine file photo.

    “This renovation marks a historic chapter for Kingma’s Market, which has been in our family for nearly a decade,” said Alan Hartline, owner of Kingma’s Market. “We are excited to be able to continue to expand our offerings and invest in the Creston Neighborhood.”

    For over 80 years, the popular locally owned market has offered quality fruits, flowers and more grown by local farmers, and is known also for its vast selection of locally produced food items, as well. Adding to an already winning formula, the market’s new features include a new dessert case, an expanded deli, an expanded produce department and new offerings for pets and babies. There’s also an additional checkout lane and the store announced it has bolstered its catering options.

    Shoppers are encouraged to check out the new look and enjoy free samples. For more information on the renovations and store hours, visit Kingma’s Market website.

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