Frisco Farm Stop temporarily closed

Frisco Farm Stop owners said the store is temporarily closed.

Frisco Farm Stop owners said the store is temporarily closed.

Frisco Farm Stop, a local organic and general store at 7110 Main St., is temporarily closed, owners said.

Co-owner Blythe Weston said the store is closed because of "unforeseen issues with the landlord."

According to a notice on the front door of the store, Frisco Farm Stop has been locked out of the premises for non-payment of rent. The store has been closed since Sept. 10 according to the notice.

Frisco Farm Stop temporarily closes. A sign at the front door of Frisco Farm Stop says the tenants of business have been locked out because of non-payment of rent.[/caption]

Weston said she does not know for how long the store will be closed but said it will either reopen or move to another location.

Frisco Farm Stop, which first opened in December 2014, is a farm-to-fork market providing an all-local shopping experience. The market has a team of local producers covering several categories including meat, fruit, grains, dairy and baked goods.
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By Nicole Luna

Nicole Luna is the Senior Reporter for Frisco. She covers development, transportation, education, business and city government. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Spanish from The University of Texas at Arlington and has been with Community Impact Newspaper since June 2015.


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