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Klatch Coffee Opening Five New Shops Inside Sprouts Stores

Sprouts Farmers Market

A Sprouts Farmers Market. Klatch Coffee photo.

Southern California-based specialty coffee roaster and retailer Klatch Coffee plans to exponentially increase its retail footprint in 2024, with the first of five new stores soon to open inside a Sprouts Farmers Market.

Four additional Klatch cafes, all in the coffee company’s home region east of Los Angeles, are slated to open inside separate Sprouts grocery stores in the coming months. The financial terms of the partnership have not been made public.

The Phoenix-based grocery chain — which now boasts more than 400 stores in 23 U.S. states with a focus on fresh produce and organic-certified products — piloted the branded in-store coffee shop concept with Phoenix-based Press Coffee Roasters in 2022.

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A Press Coffee shop inside a Sprouts location. 2023 Press Coffee Roasters press photo.

Last December, the grocer and Press announced they were opening four more Press-branded coffee bars inside Sprouts markets in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The five new Klatch bars are coming to the Los Angeles suburbs of Fullerton, Redlands, Eastvale and Klatch’s home base of Rancho Cucamonga. The first Klatch-in-Sprouts to open is at 16964 S. Highland Avenue in Fontana, where a grand opening weekend is taking place May 24-27.

The shop will expand Klatch’s retail footprint to eight locations. To mark the occasion, Klatch is rolling out new store-exclusive menu items such as a cold brew lemonade and a berry ricotta toast with bread from Los Angeles-based Rockenwagner Bakery.

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The Klatch Coffee logo.

“Here at Klatch, being a part of the community has been a staple value since our founding 31 years ago,” Klatch Coffee CEO Heather Perry said in an announcement shared by Sprouts. “This partnership with Sprouts helps us to live out that value in an even larger way. Between more opportunities to meet our customers where they are, enhancing the Sprouts shopping experience and introducing offerings that incorporate local ingredients, this partnership is more than just coffee.”

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