Publix adds GreenWise meatless tenders and Tampa store

Publix supermarket in Zephyrhills.

LAKELAND – Publix has gone greener in both its product offerings and its latest new store as the grocer has expanded its meatless food offerings and opened a new GreenWise store. 

The new product is the supermarket’s first pea-based chickenless tenders and the new store is within the green-certified Water Street District in downtown Tampa. 

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The new product was in response to increased customer demand for plant-based protein products, according to a Publix press release.

“By developing these meatless products under our trusted private-label GreenWise brand, we are offering our customers high-quality options to support their lifestyle,” said Maria Brous, Publix director of communications.