This business in downtown Grand Junction is relocating and combining forces with another local business. The Hog and The Hen is moving, but don't worry, they're not going far.

The Hog and The Hen at 500 Main Street in downtown Grand Junction recently announced that they're relocating. This downtown Grand Junction business started the move yesterday to combine forces with another local business.

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The Hog and The Hen recently announced on their Facebook that they are moving two doors down. The business is moving in with Candy Time Shoppe, which is located at 510 Main Street.

The move is bittersweet, as they have loved every minute at this location in downtown Grand Junction, according to The Hog and The Hen's Facebook, which also stated:

The new space will allow us to expand our operations considerably and we believe it's going to really improve how we function.

The candy store plans to stay the same and The Hog and The Hen will be in the back of the store. It makes sense that these two downtown Grand Junction businesses are moving in together and combining forces since they're owned by the same family.

The current location of The Hog and The Hen is the old storefront of the Candy Shoppe. According to The Hog and The Hen's Facebook post, they'll be moving for a week or so and plan to open back up next week.

We're not sure what will go in the old location of The Hog and The Hen yet but we're excited to see changes coming to downtown Grand Junction and hope that another business will move in soon.

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