T&T Supermarket announces plans to locate in former Lynnwood Sprouts store

T&T Lynnwood New Store Rendering (CNW Group/T&T Supermarkets)

T&T Supermarket Inc., the largest Asian grocery retailer in Canada, announced plans to occupy the former Sprouts location at the Lynnwood Crossroads shopping Center, 6218 196th St. S.W. It will be the grocery chain’s second location in Washington state.

“We never stopped looking at locations in Washington after the announcement of our flagship store in Bellevue,” said Tina Lee, CEO of T&T Supermarkets. “There’s excellent growth potential here, and although we originally planned on only committing to a second location after Bellevue opens, we just couldn’t resist this opportunity. It’s a great location in a former grocery box – at 30,000 square feet, it’s a fitting size for Lynnwood.”

Last year T&T announced their expansion to the U.S. with a store in Bellevue, scheduled to open this summer.

The Lynnwood store is expected to open in summer 2025.

  1. This is awesome news. I was really sad to see Sprouts leave, but an Asian grocery store replacement sounds like a great idea. Wish it could be sooner than 2025, but I will still look forward to it.

  2. In store, freshly made authentic sushi
    would be a popular deli area addition.
    Also, a small sit down counter to watch
    the art of making sushi during a few specified afternoon hours and being able
    to indulge while shopping. Other specialty deli items and drinks could be served by the sushi artisan during this daily open period of time.

  3. Does this company have any affiliation with the T&T seafood restaurant at the 99 Ranch complex?

    1. Eric, T&T Seafood Restaurant is owned and operated by Theresa and Tony Lam and is not related to this Canadian supermarket chain.

      The Chinese names are also different: T&T Supermarket is “大統華” which roughly translates to “big collective China.”

      Interestingly, T&T Seafood Restaurant is “好世界” which means “good world.” I don’t see the connection between the names.

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