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Business H-E-B Grocery opening location west of Fort Worth in Hudson Oaks

H-E-B Grocery opening location west of Fort Worth in Hudson Oaks

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H-E-B Grocery is coming to Hudson Oaks, expanding the San Antonio-based grocery chain into Parker County.

The new store will be located at the corner of US 180 and Hudson Oaks Drive (formerly Lakeshore Drive), and is expected to draw visitors to Hudson Oaks from across Parker County and other areas. Hudson Oaks is about 20 miles west of Fort Worth.

“This is a landmark day for Hudson Oaks,” said Hudson Oaks Mayor Pat Deen. “H-E-B is a model organization with excellent leadership and a desire to be a great community partner.”

The Hudson Oaks location gives H-E-B eight North Texas locations arounds the Dallas Fort Worth area, including stores in Burleson, Granbury, Cleburne, Ennis, Waxahachie, Stephenville and Corsicana. A store in Mansfield is expected to open sometime in the future. H-E-B is the parent of the Central Market stores that has locations in several sites in the Dallas Fort Worth area.

H-E-B expects to open its new Hudson Oaks location in 2019.


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