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Save-On-Foods expands in Alberta with two stores

Two new Save-On-Foods stores are coming to Alberta replacing Buy-Low Foods locations in Blackfalds and Athabasca.

“The Save-On-Foods brand is well-known and loved across Western Canada. We have an amazing team here in Blackfalds and our community can look forward to finding a little extra in-store – more deals, more products, and more services than ever before,” said Save-On-Foods Blackfalds store manager Brian Richter.

Athabasca store manager Trent Burrell shared many of the same thoughts.

“We are looking forward to helping our customers find even more in-store with our conversion to the Save-On-Foods brand,” said Burrell. “What an exciting time for our team members and customers as we officially join the Save-On-Foods family.”

Both stores will close as Buy-Low Foods on April 17 at 6 p.m. and reopen on April 18 at 8 a.m. under the Save-On-Foods name. Grand opening celebrations start on Thursday, April 18 and activities will run through the weekend.

“From Calgary to Edmonton, as far south as Medicine Hat and as far north as Fort McMurray, Save-On-Foods has been serving the province of Alberta for more than 35 years,” said Darrell Jones, president of Save-On-Foods’ parent company, the Pattison Food Group. “Our stores in Blackfalds and Athabasca are well known for their excellent service and we can’t wait to bring our customers a little extra when they step in the store come Thursday.”

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