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Fat MuNchiez Now Open At Williamsburg Premium Outlets

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JAMES CITY-A new store has opened its doors at Williamsburg Premium Outlets on Richmond Road.

Fat MuNchiez Exotic Snacks carries a variety of treats and snacks including chips, candy, drinks, and more. The shop sells snack items from around the world in wild flavors that customers don’t typically find at a regular grocery store.

The new shop is located in the Williamsburg Premium Outlets shopping complex between Johnston & Murphy Factory Store and Swarovski. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 11am to 8pm, Friday and Saturday 10am to 9pm, and Sunday noon to 6pm.

Fat MuNchiez joins a slew of other new stores that have opened at Williamsburg Premium Outlets in recent months. Aerie, a retail store specializing in bras, underwear, swimwear, and activewear, is set to open in Williamsburg Premium Outlets in January. It will occupy a storefront between the Zales Outlet and the Brooks Brothers Factory store.

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