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Save Mart, Instacart expand partnership

- General News
Save Mart first partnered with Instacart in 2019, and is now deploying a number of technologies to digitize stores and serve customers.

Flashfood partners with Save Mart Companies

- Retail
Flashfood, the app for grocery’s best deals, today announced a partnership with The Save Mart Companies, a California-based grocer operating 194 stores under the banners of Save Mart, Lucky, and FoodMaxx in California and Western Nevada.

Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx sign DoorDash partnership

- Retail
DoorDash, the local commerce platform, announced a partnership with The Save Mart Companies to bring Save Mart, Lucky, and FoodMaxx locations to the DoorDash Marketplace.

Uber Eats partners with Save Mart for grocery delivery

- Retail
Today, Uber Technologies, Inc. announced its newest grocery partnership with Modesto, California-based retailer The Save Mart Companies to bring Save Mart, Lucky, and FoodMaxx locations to the Uber Eats app for on-demand and scheduled delivery.

The Save Mart Companies names executive chairman

- Retail
The Save Mart Companies and Kingswood Capital Management, LP announced today that Shane Sampson has been named executive chairman of the California-based, regional grocery retailer.

Save Mart acquired by private investment firm

- Retail
With the addition of The Save Mart Companies, Kingswood is expanding its existing Northern California presence. It already owns Alameda-based Cost Plus World Market, which it acquired in January 2021 from Bed Bath and Beyond, and Mare Island based Lind Marine, a diversified marine services business headquartered north of the San Francisco Bay, which it recapitalized in January 2022.

Save Mart launches robot grocery delivery in California

- Retail
Starship Technologies is expanding its partnership with The Save Mart Companies for the exclusive launch of an on-demand grocery delivery service at its Lucky California flagship store in Pleasanton, CA.

The Save Mart Companies starts pilot with Afresh Technologies to cut food waste

- Retail
Afresh Technologies, an AI-driven technology company building solutions transforming the fresh food supply chain, announced today that it is partnering with The Save Mart Companies, California's largest family owned grocer, on an upcoming pilot program.

Save Mart pilots autonomous inventory robots

- Retail
As part of the pilot program, The Save Mart Companies will deploy Tally in three Save Mart stores in the Modesto area; two Lucky California stores in Dublin and San Ramon; and two FoodMaxx locations in Modesto and Tracy.