Supplement King arrives in Abbotsford later this month.

Supplement King arriving in Abbotsford

New supplement store opening in Abbotsford later this month

A brand new supplement store is coming to Abbotsford and aiming to sit atop the local retail throne.

Supplement King, which will be located at 33498 Bevan Avenue near Planet Fitness, is set to open later this month.

The franchise has locations in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

Other B.C. locations include stores in Chilliwack, Surrey, Kelowna, Kamloops, Fort St. John and Terrace.

The Supplement King Facebook page, which was created on Feb. 20, has acquired 275 likes since its creation.

According to its page description, the store exists to help improve, achieve and create better health and fitness.

According to the Supplement King website, they will price match any competitors’ advertised price in-store or online. They also offer several benefits programs for regular customers.

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