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  • Oakdale Save Mart Reopens with a Splash

    Feb 3, 2017

    Grocer made a significant investment in Oakdale community(Oakdale—February 3, 2017) Company officials and community leaders marked a new beginning for the Save Mart store in Oakdale Friday with a grand reopening celebration filled with fanfare. Mayor Pat Paul, City Councilors and members of Economic Development Committee attended the ribbon-cutting event, ...

  • Nicole Pesco named Chief Executive Officer of The Save Mart Companies

    Dec 1, 2016

    Modesto, Calif.— The Save Mart Companies announced today the appointment of Nicole Piccinini Pesco as the company's Chief Executive Officer. Most recently Pesco served as Co-President & Chief Strategy and Branding Officer. The Save Mart Companies is a family-owned, privately held company. Based in the heart of the Central Valley, ...

  • Save Mart Unveils New Look & Features

    Sep 20, 2016

    Grocer makes significant investment in Tracy communityAfter a months-long makeover, Save Mart debuted a fresh, updated look at its South Tracy Boulevard location with new features geared toward convenience and service. This is only the second store under the Save Mart brand that has the modern elements envisioned for the ...

  • Save Mart Supermarkets announces new corporate name: The Save Mart Companies

    Jun 21, 2016

    (Modesto, Calif.) – Save Mart Supermarkets announced today that its corporate name has been changed to The Save Mart Companies, effective immediately. Consumers know the company as their local grocery store, operating under the store names of Save Mart, Lucky, Lucky California, FoodMaxx, S-Mart, and MaxxValue. Besides providing a clear ...

  • 51FIFTY Update

    Apr 12, 2016

    Save Mart was pleased to learn that the dialogue over 51FIFTY energy drinks has resulted in 51FIFTY’s commitment to support a significant campaign to increase understanding of mental illness. 51FIFTY’s support of the Carlos Vieira Foundation’s Race to End the Stigma will help our communities talk about mental illness and ...

  • Save Mart Supermarkets announces partnership with eScrip

    Mar 1, 2016

    FoodMaxx, Lucky and Save Mart S.H.A.R.E.S. community giving program will continue giving up to 3% a basket to local schools and community-based organizationsModesto, Calif. – Save Mart Supermarkets announced that it has partnered with eScrip to manage its S.H.A.R.E.S. charitable giving program. The new Shares powered by eScrip program continues ...

  • Save Mart Supermarkets Help the Homeless on Giving Tuesday

    Dec 1, 2015

    Tens of thousands of socks just in time for the cold weather In the spirit of the global celebration of giving, Save Mart, Lucky and FoodMaxx are donating 60,000 pairs of socks tomorrow to several organizations that help the communities our stores serve. “HomeFirst is so grateful to Lucky for the ...

  • Habitot Children's Museum in Berkeley to get $10,000 Donation on National Day of Giving

    Dec 1, 2015

    The Save Mart C.A.R.E.S. Foundation, the giving arm of Lucky Supermarkets’ parent company, is proud to announce a $10,000 grant to Habitot Children’s Museum in Berkeley. The popular, award-winning non-profit provides a hands-on learning center in which young children explore culture and the arts in a setting designed especially ...

  • Holiday Giving 2015 Kicks Off To Benefit Local Food Banks

    Nov 17, 2015

    HOLIDAY GIVING 2015 KICKS OFF TO BENEFIT LOCAL FOOD BANKS Millions of Californians Still Struggling with Hunger The state’s economy may be doing well, but the prosperity hasn’t touched everyone. According to the California Association of Food Banks, an average of one in six residents ...

  • Grocery Shopping Made Easier for Parents with Special Needs Children

    Nov 10, 2015

    First West Coast grocer to carry Caroline’s Carts chain-wide Modesto, CA-- Pushing a traditional grocery cart and a wheelchair at the same time through a store is challenging for many families. But thanks to a suggestion made by a Central Valley mom, Carolina Alfaro, Save Mart Supermarkets has now made a ...