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Save-A-Lot Opens New Stores in the East

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Save-A-Lot, one of the nation’s leading hard-discount, limited-assortment grocery chains and a wholly owned subsidiary of Supervalu, is opening a number of new stores, concentrated in the eastern U.S.

The company plans to open four new stores in Pennsylvania in February and March, bringing the total number of Save-A-Lot stores in the state to 76.

The planned openings include:

• 111 West 13th St., Tyrone (opened on Feb. 15)

• 19040 Park Ave., Meadville (opened Feb. 22)

• 2209 West 12th, Erie (scheduled to open March 21)

• 1500 Main St., Peckville (scheduled to open in late March)

Save-A-Lot also opened two stores in Pennsylvania in January:

• 1500 Garrett Rd., Upper Darby (opened Jan. 25)

• 1700 East River Road, Clearfield (opened Jan. 30)

Since January 2011 and including these new stores, Save-A-Lot has added 11 new stores in Pennsylvania, creating approximately 242 new jobs.

In Tennessee, three new stores opened in February, bringing the total number of Save-A-Lot stores in the state to 108.

• 950 S. McCrary St., Woodbury (opened Feb. 15)

• 1109 Murfreesboro Pike, Nashville (opened Feb. 23)

• 6901 Lee Highway, Chattanooga (scheduled to open today, Feb. 28)

Since January 2011 and including these new stores, Save-A-Lot has added six new stores in Tennessee, creating approximately 132 new jobs.

In New York, three also opened in February:

• 2327 Seminary St., Auburn (opened Feb. 7)

• 3 Geddes St., Holley (opened Feb. 15)

• 6000 Park Ave., Hamburg (opened Feb. 25)

“We are excited to be opening more Save-A-Lot locations in New York to meet the needs of consumers looking for access to affordable, high-quality food, fresh produce and meat, as well as other grocery items,” said Santiago Roces, Save-A-Lot CEO and president. “With food costs on the rise, Save-A-Lot is an ideal solution for customers looking to save money on their grocery bills.”

Save-A-Lot offers savings of up to 40 percent on groceries, compared to traditional grocery stores. Each Save-A-Lot store carries a carefully selected assortment of 1,200 to 1,500 of the most popular, in-demand every day grocery essentials, including farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, USDA-inspected meats, dairy products, bakery goods, shelf-ready and frozen foods, household goods, pet food, baby, and health and beauty care products. Save-A-Lot stores, which average about 15,000 s.f., feature a wide range of high-quality brands, including Save-A-Lot Today, Coburn Farms and Tipton Grove, produced exclusively for Save-A-Lot by many of the country’s leading food manufacturers.


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