Kimberton Whole Foods announced recently that it will open a new store at The Knitting Mills in Wyomissing, PA in a space formerly occupied by the Vanity Fair Outlet Center. The location will be the chain’s seventh, and construction is slated to start in November.

At 13,000 square feet it will be Kimberton Whole Foods’ largest store.

“The property gives us the opportunity to renovate an existing structure and put it to a new use,” said Terry Brett, co-founder and CEO. “It offers a prime location, walkable from the downtown area, with ample parking and floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the interior with natural light.”

The store plans to offer fresh and organic produce; grass-fed meats and dairy; specialty cheeses; grocery staples; baked foods; supplements; body care, and wholesome grab-and-go meals. According to the company, there will also be an abundant selection of allergen-friendly, gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options. And an in-store café will serve fresh juices, smoothies, and specialty coffee.