Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery chains in the U.S., today announced the appointment of Trey Johnson as its new Chief Merchandising Officer.
Customers entering their local store will notice a lighter, brighter and easier-to-shop footprint that includes new produce fixtures, LED lighting, updated décor and signage, wider aisles, and new interior and exterior paint.
Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery chains in the U.S., announced the December completion of its ongoing re-licensing program and its transition to a pure play wholesale model.
Beginning this year, all Ascend Grocery stores will undergo a significant remodel to fully reflect Save A Lot’s updated brand image. This will deliver an enhanced shopping environment both inside and outside the stores, including new décor, upgraded flooring and lighting as well as updated produce and meat cases.
Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery chains in the U.S., today announced the sale of six company-owned stores in Dallas, Texas, and Jacksonville, Florida, to Yellow Banana, LLC as part of Save A Lot’s ongoing efforts to convert corporate-owned stores to local ownership.
The deal is part of the discount grocer’s ongoing efforts to convert corporate-owned stores to local ownership. The 32 stores generate annual revenues in excess of $130 million, immediately positioning Yellow Banana as one of Save A Lot’s largest Retail Partners nationwide.
Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery chains in the U.S., today announced its plan to accelerate investment in its stores as part of the Company’s ongoing modernization efforts.
To date, Save A Lot has executed seven sale transactions, comprising 82 stores, including those being sold to Fresh Encounter. As multiple sale transactions near completion, the company expects to complete its re-licensing program in 2021.
Emeryville, CA-based Grocery Outlet said in an SEC filing it plans to double, then quadruple store count as it plans an initial public offering.