It’s a familiar dilemma: you’ve had a terrible day, and the only thing that can soothe your pain is a handful (or five) of those amazing little peanut butter cups they sell at Trader Joe’s. But you polished off your last one yesterday. So: Do you drive to Towson to buy more, or suffer without?
If Baltimore residents are lucky, though, that will soon be a problem of the past. The Baltimore Business Journal reports that a market analysis of the Baltimore retail landscape concluded that a Trader Joe’s is “likely” to open a Baltimore City store in the near future, as the grocery chain is seeking out new opportunities in the area.
However: the BBJ also reports that TJ’s spokeswoman says that a Baltimore store is not in their two-year plan. But maybe if enough people request one, they’ll change their mind.
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