Fresh Thyme plans including generating more than 25% of its sales from produce.
Though it’s still months before Fresh Thyme Farmers Market sells its first head of lettuce, one gets the sense Chris Sherrell is ready to direct you to the nearest open register. During the course of a conversation, Fresh Thyme’s president and chief executive officer often slips into the present tense, describing the nascent concept as though 54 stores — Fresh Thyme’s six-year goal in the Midwest states — were already in the ground. That’s both a ...
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