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Karns Quality Foods Store To Replace Darrenkamp’s In York, Pa.

Karns Quality Foods, York PA

Karns Quality Foods said July 25 that it will open a new location in the Newberry Commons Shopping Plaza in York County, Pennsylvania, in a space previously occupied by Darrenkamp’s, which announced last September that it would close its four stores. Darrenkamp’s had operated for more than eight decades.

The new Karns Quality Foods store is expected to open in early 2020. Karns said it would “immediately begin work in the new location to allow for a prompt opening.”

It will be the ninth store for the Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania-based grocer.

An updated timeline will be announced as progress is made on the new store, which is expected to create more than 100 new jobs in the community.

The new 39,000-s.f. store include 84 feet of a full-service fresh meat and seafood department, updated produce department, expanded salad bar and local products.

The store also will offer shoppers a Fresh Rewards Card program as well as new front-end systems and self-checkout. Featured store brands include Essential Everyday and Wild Harvest. Additionally, more than 100 jobs will be added to the community.

“Karns Foods is excited about the opportunity to be joining the York Community,” says owner Scott Karns. “We can’t wait to share our extensive meat and seafood department, in-store sausage offerings, fresh produce, locally sourced products and, arguably, the best whoopie pies in town!”

Karns Quality Foods was opened in 1959 by David Karns. It remains a family-owned and -operated company today. The company’s other eight stores are located in Carlisle, Linglestown (Paxton Square Center), Mechanicsburg (Hampden Square Center), Lemoyne, Boiling Springs, New Bloomfield, Hershey and Middletown.

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