Bottom Dollar Food opened three new stores earlier this month.
On Aug. 1, the Delhaize banner opened in Warren, Ohio, at 1756 North Rd., and in New Castle, Pa., at 1700 Wilmington Rd. On Aug. 15, Bottom Dollar opened in Homestead, Pa., at 127 East 7th St.
The three new locations give Bottom Dollar 19 stores in the greater Pittsburgh, Pa., and Youngstown, Ohio, markets.
“Bottom Dollar Food is proud to expand its commitment to providing unbelievable prices on fresh produce, quality meats, private brands and the national brands that matter most to our customers,” said Bottom Dollar Food President Meg Ham. “We look forward to opening our doors at the (new) locations and continuing to offer the best prices on groceries.”
With a strong focus on delivering low prices to customers, Bottom Dollar Food has a “We Won’t Be Beat” guarantee and will beat any competitor’s price on the same item by a penny, according to the company. In addition, if a customer is unsatisfied with a meat or produce purchase, stores will replace the item and give customers a full refund. Bottom Dollar Food also offers a double-money-back guarantee on all private brand products.
As part of the grand opening festivities in Warren, Bottom Dollar Food donated $1,500 to Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley to support 30 food banking agencies in Trumbull County as they work to fight hunger. In New Castle, Bottom Dollar made a $1,500 donation to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to support the Produce to People initiative, which distributes food to 400-800 families in the greater Pittsburgh area with a focus on whole fruits and vegetables. In Homestead, the grocery chain made a $1,600 donation to Rainbow Kitchen. The contribution will help to feed approximately 130 households for a month.
The Warren and New Castle stores employ about 50 people each. The Homestead store employs about 40.
In all, Bottom Dollar Food operates 58 stores in three states—Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Each store is approximately 18,000 s.f.
In the feature photo at top: The opening of the Warren, Ohio, Bottom Dollar earlier this month drew a crowd.