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YORK, Pa. -- Rutter's Farm Store opened its doors on Tuesday in Monroe Township, adding to its two other Cumberland County locations in Shippensburg and Carlisle.
"Rutter's has kept growing despite the tough economic climate in recent years," Scott Hartman, president and CEO of Rutter's Farm Stores, said in a statement. "Cumberland County continues to be an important part of Rutter's expansion, and we're thrilled to bring our newest store to this growing area."
The 5,200-square-foot, 24-hour store offers fresh-food menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, touch screen ordering, a premium coffee island and a surcharge-free M&T Bank ATM, the company stated. In addition to the store, 16 fueling positions for gas, diesel and kerosene will be located outside beneath two canopies.
The new Rutter's Farm Store will also feature eco-friendly attributes including energy-saving skylights, LED exterior lights, energy and climate control management system, bike rack for customers and a recycling bin for empty bottles, cans and used newspapers.
According to the company, the newest location brings some 40 permanent jobs to the store.
The Monroe Township store, located at 1455 York Road, boasts an award-winning design with open ceilings, floor and wall tiles, touch-free restrooms with floating ceilings, music and other upscale accents, stated the company. Rutter's Farm Stores operates 56 c-stores in York, Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin and Lancaster counties.