Whole Foods will be opening a store at the former A&P site in Wayne.
The Texas-based supermarket chain has not announced an opening date and the company said it typically takes a few years to develop individual stores.
“We are excited to bring our natural and organic foods to Wayne,” said Tina Clabbers Feigley, a public relations coordinator for Whole Foods.
A long-awaited Whole Foods in Newark opened on March 1.
Once the nation’s dominant retailer, Montvale-based A&P filed for bankruptcy in 2015 after 156 years in business and closed or sold off its 90 stores in New Jersey.
The former A&P site on Valley Road in Wayne was initially slated to become a natural food market, but remained vacant.