On Thursday, August 12 Save Mart stores in Fresno and Clovis will distribute FREE reusable bags to their first 300 customers. Endorsed by the Greater Fresno Chamber of Commerce, the giveaway will help educate consumers about the benefits of reusable bags...
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Save Mart Supermarkets won the 2010 Technology Excellence Award in the chain store category from Supermarket News.
Save Mart On-air Cooking Demonstration/Sweet Italian Sausage Pasta
On July 14, 2010 Save Mart Supermarkets' Alicia Rockwell demonstrated and sampled a recipe from our Good Taste in Minutes collection. The dish was paired with award winners from the 2010...
Customers of Save Mart and Lucky stores in Northern California and Northern Nevada have an opportunity take photos of and with a giant, motorized shopping cart at selected stores. At times accompanied by the Kingsford NASCAR racing car, the giant cart...
The 2010 Humanitarian Award was presented to Bob Piccinini, Chairman and C.E.O of Save Mart Supermarkets on June 8th, 2010 to honor his commitment to making a difference in the Reno-Sparks Community. The award was given at the 2010 Annual News...
Supermarket News awards Save Mart Supermarkets its 2010 Technology Excellence Award for the chain store category.
Save Mart and Lucky stores in Northern California and Northern Nevada, in partnership with Tropicana, will celebrate Earth Day starting today through Tuesday, April 27 by giving away three reusable shopping bags with every purchase of a one-gallon bottle...
Save Mart stores in Monterey County will celebrate Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, by giving away a free reusable shopping bag to every customer. Each participating store will distribute up to 500 bags, for a total of up to 4,500. Each time a Save Mart...
Donations to the Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation by the Save Mart Supermarkets S.H.A.R.E.S. Program (Supporting Humanities, Arts, Recreation, Education & Sports) have exceeded $30,000. Donations to the foundation are generated when customers...
The stores of Save Mart Supermarkets have removed the products listed below because they were determined to have been manufactured using salmonella-contaminated hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) from Basic Food Flavors, Inc. While the Food and Drug...