Bottom Dollar Opens Chester, Pa., Store Today

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Bottom Dollar Food is opening its newest store today in Chester, Pa. Located at 1500 Edgemont Ave., the store adds about 50 jobs to the local economy and follows the debut of new Bottom Dollar stores in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh on June 5. The Delhaize America-owned grocer now operates 66 stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio. Each store is approximately 18,000 s.f.

“At Bottom Dollar Food, we won’t be beat when it comes to delivering unbelievably low prices on fresh produce, quality meats and the private and national brands that matter most to our customers,” said Bottom Dollar Food President Meg Ham. “We look forward to opening our doors at our new Chester location…and providing the local community with unbelievable savings on groceries as well as some fun opportunities for free items and gift cards over the next couple of weeks.”

With a strong focus on delivering low prices to customers, Bottom Dollar Food says it has a “We Won’t Be Beat” guarantee and will beat any competitor’s price on the same item by a penny. Bottom Dollar Food also offers a double-money-back guarantee on all private brand products and guarantees its fresh products by offering a double-money-back guarantee through which the discount grocer will replace the product, as well as refund a customer’s money if the customer is unsatisfied.

As part of the grand opening festivities in Chester today, Bottom Dollar Food will make $3,000 in charitable contributions to local nonprofits to support hunger relief efforts in the local community. Bottom Dollar Food will support Cityteam Philadelphia by providing $1,500 in product to support the organization’s Emergency Food Box Program. The grocer also will donate $1,500 in product to St. Katharine Drexel Food Pantry to provide food to families in need in the local community.

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A former newspaper editor and publisher who has handled digital duties for The Shelby Report since 2011. She once enjoyed leisurely perusing the grocery store aisles but, since having a baby in 2016, is now an enthusiastic click-and-collect shopper.