At 13 Save-A-Lot stores opened this year, the retailer has promised a “commitment to bring fresh produce, dairy and meats to their communities.”
Earlier this year, Supervalu CEO Sam Duncan told analysts Save-A-Lot was testing store experiences, particularly in the meat department, that would cater to specific demographic groups. Duncan told investors last fall that Supervalu had invested to improve produce and meat, and Save-A-Lot would work to incorporate meat more into its marketing efforts.
The latest stores span eight states; some are owned by Supervalu while others are licensed locations.
• 629 N. Memorial Drive in Lancaster, Ohio
• 97 Lake Street in Newburgh, New York
• 25 W. Miller Avenue in Akron, Ohio
• 27 Callahan Avenue in Appalachia, Virginia
• 640 Sunburst Highway in Cambridge, Maryland
• 817 St. Andrews Road in Columbia, South Carolina
• 401 S. Main Street in Kewanee, Illinois
• 6758 Winchester Road in Memphis, Tennessee
• 801 Black River Road in Rome, New York
• 6820 N. University Drive in Tamarac, Florida
• 33693 East Vine Street in Eastlake, Ohio
• 720 Church Street in Norfolk, Virginia
• 2514 S. Alpine Road in Rockford, Illinois
Save-A-Lot has also been emphasizing its Port Side seafood line on social media during Lent.
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