New Seasons Market

New Seasons Market
Industry Retail sales
Founded 1999
Headquarters Portland, Oregon[1]
Key people
Wendy Collie, CEO
Products Local and sustainable food, conventional foods and homegoods.
Number of employees
3,000 (2013)
Subsidiaries New Leaf Community Markets

New Seasons Market is a chain of privately owned grocery stores operating in the Portland Metro area of Oregon. New Seasons also has stores in Vancouver, Washington, and San Jose, California. Two stores are slated to open in the greater Seattle area in the next two years. Founded by three families and 50 of their friends in 1999, the company currently operates 17 stores in the greater Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area, including: Hillsboro, Beaverton, Happy Valley, Vancouver, Tualatin, and Lake Oswego; and one store in San Jose, California. Many of the products offered are organic and produced locally in the Pacific Northwest. The stores differ from most grocers by offering natural and conventional products side by side.


New Seasons was founded in 1999 by Stan Amy and by 2008 had grown to nine stores and about 1,800 employees. In November 2013, the company purchased California based New Leaf Community Markets.[2] At that time, New Seasons had grown to 15 stores and 3,000 employees.[2]


Orenco Station store

New Seasons Market emphasizes the idea of a neighborhood grocery store in part by naming their stores after the neighborhood in which they reside and reflecting their surroundings in the stores' design and décor.



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