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Newly Renovated Save Mart Preps For Grand Reopening
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Over the last several months the Save Mart Companies has made a significant investment to modernize and expand its Oakdale store. The project is now complete and a ribbon cutting celebration is planned for this week.

“You’ll want to shop here all day. The store is 5,000 square feet and offers more products and services that families today want,” said Store Manager Tony Angoletta. “We can’t wait to show off to the community what’s essentially a brand new store.”

A Grand Reopening ribbon cutting is set for Friday, Feb. 3 at 9 a.m., 1449 E. F St., with Mayor Pat Paul scheduled to attend and offer remarks. Along with the Friday ribbon cutting, the grand reopening festivities continue on Saturday, Feb. 4 with an appearance by Duff Goldman, featured in the Food Network show ‘Ace of Cakes’ and the owner of Charm City Cakes. Goldman is scheduled to be on site from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., available for photos and signings.

Among the new features of the Oakdale store are: burrito/taco/nacho bar with tortillas made fresh in the store, a “Valley Fresco” area with vegetable/fruit infused water, fresh juice bar, smoothies, fresh-cut produce and fresh salad and guacamole, specialty sandwiches, a salad bar, new meat and seafood counter.

Also, an in-store grill for hassle-free barbecues, shoppers pick what’s for lunch or dinner and Save Mart will grill it for you, with Oakdale the first Save Mart store to have one. Also, a full serve floral department and expanded selection of natural, organic and bulk foods. There’s café seating with WiFi and a wine and beer tasting area.

This is the third location under the Save Mart banner incorporating the brand’s fresh, updated look and the new features geared toward convenience and service. The Foothill Oaks Shopping Center, where this Save Mart store is located, has also been renovated, giving Oakdale and surrounding area residents a premiere shopping destination