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Farm Burger will open in Midtown on Wednesday, July 24.
Farm Burger Midtown is part of the Friends of Whole Foods Market program, which partners with outside chefs, culinary and lifestyle brands to “create innovative experiences for Whole Foods Market shoppers,” according to a press release Tuesday.
As a Friend of Whole Foods Market, Farm Burger operates its own restaurant within Whole Foods Market that aligns with the grocer’s mission and complies with the brand’s quality standards.
“We are excited to bring the Farm Burger experience to our new flagship Whole Foods Market location in Midtown Atlanta,” Thea Ermalovich-Hayek, regional vice president of Whole Foods Market South Region, said in the release.
“Farm Burger’s focus on high-quality, locally sourced ingredients and their commitment to nourishing the community makes them an excellent partner for Whole Foods Market – and a delicious new neighbor to the bustling Midtown Atlanta area.”
The Midtown location marks Farm Burger’s seventh restaurant in Georgia, joining locations in Decatur, Dunwoody, Buckhead, Grant Park, Peachtree Corners and inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The fast-casual eatery also has restaurants in Alabama, North Carolina, and Tennessee, bringing the brand’s total footprint to 12 locations across four states.
“We’re excited for the opportunity to work alongside Whole Foods Market to provide a one-of-a-kind burger experience with high-quality fare from local producers that always features the season’s best flavors,” George Frangos, co-founder of Farm Burger, said in the release.
“Our mission and values align closely with those of Whole Foods Market, and we’re thrilled to share the Farm Burger experience with shoppers at Whole Foods Market’s newest flagship location.”