Rutter’s Farm Stores said it’s opening a new convenience store on Oct. 17 in York Township in York County, Pa.
The new store design is more environmentally friendly, with a white roof that will keep the building cooler and cut down on energy demand. The store’s aesthetics include open ceilings, floor and wall tiles and other upscale accents.
The company operates 54 stores in six Pennsylvania counties. It’s in the midst of an ambitious growth schedule, with plans to invest more than $55 million this year to build 10 stores and 11 car washes and add 350 new jobs and more than $4.5 million in annual wages and benefits to the area’s economy.
The retailer has an international award-winning design at its 24-hour stores, which feature innovative foodservice offerings such as custom stir-fry, fajitas and fresh-baked bread.
Other amenities at the new store include a premium-coffee island, fresh-brewed teas and iced coffee, seating areas and a surcharge-free ATM.