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The Wall of Value offers customers “the very best values, day in and day out,” with new deals added daily as inventory and new items come in on pallets, FoodMaxx said.

Save Mart Companies' FoodMaxx introduces ‘Wall of Value’

Value-focused grocery warehouse chain spotlights best daily deals

No-frills, warehouse-style grocer FoodMaxx today launched an in-store “Wall of Value” to highlight its top savings deals.

Modesto, Calif.-based FoodMaxx, part of The Save Mart Companies, said the Wall of Value offers customers “the very best values, day in and day out,” with new deals added daily as inventory and new items come in on pallets.

Shoppers also can “MAXXimize” savings via the FoodMaxx mobile app, which allows them to download digital coupons and savings offers on the go, according to FoodMaxx. The app is available for free download from the Apple App Store and Google Play.

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FoodMaxx has 53 price-impact grocery stores in northern and central California and Nevada.

“Today’s shopper is focused on value more than ever before, and that is why FoodMaxx continues to take savings to the MAXX,” Dean Willhite, vice president of store operations at FoodMaxx, said in a statement. “Our commitment to the Wall of Value maximizes each shopper’s buying power with extremely low prices and real savings, along with providing quality products they want for their families.”

FoodMaxx operates 53 stores across California's San Francisco Bay Area and Central Valley and in western Nevada. The company said its low-price business model is enabled by a focus on innovative buying and ultra-efficient store operations — including procuring product in bulk, stocking shelves directly from delivery trucks and having customers bag their own groceries — that allow savings to be passed on to shoppers. Longtime relationships with Central Valley farms and producers also enable high-quality fresh foods to be offered at low prices, according to FoodMaxx, which also provides daily essential products as well as both national and private brands. 

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, FoodMaxx said it has implemented such safety measures as face coverings required for customers and associates at all stores, social distancing, plexiglass shields at checkout lanes and continuous cleaning of stores.

Overall, The Save Mart Companies' retail network encompasses 206 supermarkets and price-impact stores in California (197) and northern Nevada (nine) under the Save Mart (83 locations), Lucky/Lucky California (69), FoodMaxx (53) and MaxxValue (one) banners.

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