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Save Mart Opens a Flagship Store in Modesto

Save Mart Opens a Flagship Store in Modesto

Friday, October 4th, 2019

Through its new flagship store, Save Mart is bringing a variety of innovations to Modesto. This 54,000-square-foot flagship store has local at its heart and experience on the brain. New services include sliced-to-order produce preparation, ground-to-order sausage-making, marinated- and grilled-to-order meats. Further, cheese and seafood specialists will roam the store providing guests insight on food pairings and how to prepare the season’s fresh fare.

Nicole Pesco, CEO, Save Mart“Modesto is more than where we are, it’s who we are,” stated Nicole Pesco, CEO of The Save Mart Companies. “We’re family-owned with deep roots and longstanding friendships with local ranchers, farmers, and producers who help fulfill our vision every day. It means a lot to us to be part of this neighborhood because this is where we grew up and are now raising our own families. We’re proud of our hometown and the hardworking people who live here.”

Save Mart's latest flagship store has opened up in Modesto, California

According to a company press release, Modesto’s new Save Mart store will also serve as an innovation center for the company, which operates 207 stores throughout California and Northern Nevada under the banners of FoodMaxx, Lucky, and Save Mart.

The new Save Mart is also a bounty of local fare. Shoppers will immediately notice the products from local purveyors, including Fiscalini cheese, Ratto Bros. produce, Rosie’s Donuts, Diamond Almonds, and Dust Bowl beer.

Dave White, Executive Director, Opportunity Stanislaus“Save Mart’s new state-of-the-art supermarket will not only serve the local community by providing fresh wholesome food, but will provide great jobs to local residents,” said Dave White, Executive Director of Opportunity Stanislaus, the leading non-profit organization committed to improving the economic vitality of the region. “The Save Mart Companies plays a unique role in Stanislaus County with its headquarters here and the company’s commitment to sourcing products from local growers and purveyors to their network of 207 stores.”

As we reported earlier this month, the store also houses a new restaurant The Tipping Point, which features mouth-watering dishes like barbecued tri-tip.

What other innovations await those who stalk the retail newswire? Deli Market News will continue to report.

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