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San Jose Lucky Opens as Revamped FoodMaxx

What is a “new concept” FoodMaxx?

The newly transitioned store, a former Lucky, at 5510 Monterey Hwy. in San Jose, Calif., combines an easy and simple shopping experience, similar to what the area’s customers are use to, but with low “warehouse” discount prices, FoodMaxx says. Customers can quickly dash in and out with a few items or spend time leisurely loading up a couple of baskets; the new layout was specially designed to combine the best of a conventional type store with traditional warehouse pricing. FoodMaxx is known for its “cheap” prices but this will be a new shopping experience for both Lucky and FoodMaxx customers.

Save Mart Supermarkets, which operates both the Lucky and FoodMaxx banners, is hopeful this new format will better meet its customers’ shopping needs as well as enhance sales.

The new store, managed by Fred Darling, has fresh paint, new signage and shelving, easy in-and-out access, and a choice of self-checkout or manned register.

The store held its grand opening this morning, March 14. FoodMaxx also presented a $500 check to the Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley during the grand opening festivities.

Modesto, Calif.-based Save Mart Supermarkets owns and operates 230 stores in Northern California and Northern Nevada under the Save Mart, S-Mart Foods, Lucky, Maxx Value Foods, and FoodMaxx banners.



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