Sometime within the next year, the Marczyk grocery empire will be expanding once again: It is working with the City of Westminster to open a retail store in the new Downtown Westminster development.

What has—and will likely continue to—set Marczyk Fine Foods apart is its carefully curated selection of products, which range from private label olive oil imported from Spain to seafood flown in daily by Seattle Fish Co. to center-of-the-plate pork, lamb, and beef cuts from Westminster-based Niman Ranch. Marczyk has just 3,000 unique products, whereas a typical big-box grocery store has between 30,000 and 60,000.

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