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About Save Mart Supermarkets

Known for innovation, Save Mart was one of the first supermarkets to offer customers pre-packaged meats, yard and garden supplies, plants, fresh-cut flowers and gift items, all creative concepts for the 1950's, and relatively unheard of for the area until Save Mart introduced them. Although service was not unique in the grocery industry, Save Mart went that extra step to make service a daily principle. Check cashing, which is now an industry standard, was just one of Save Mart's many hallmarks.

Scanning cash registers are typical for today's supermarket, but Save Mart utilized the most up-to-date cash registers for 1952. When other retailers were working up a bill on a piece of paper and counting out change. Save Mart's registers could separate departments and were equipped with change makers.

In 1984 major growth occurred for Save Mart Supermarkets. Along with the opening of eight new stores, a partnership was established with Mid-Valley Dairy that produces Sunnyside Farms products. The company expanded throughout the 1980's including the acquisition of twenty-seven Fry's supermarkets located in the East Bay area in 1989; 1997 saw the acquisition of 10 Lucky stores in the Central Valley.

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Save Mart Supermarkets LOCATIONS


Save Mart Supermarkets Headquarters

1800 Stetandiford Avenue
Modesto, CA

209-577-1600 phone
209-577-3857 fax
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Save Mart Supermarkets Office

P.O. Box 4278
Modesto, CA

209-574-6299 phone
209-557-6363 fax

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