Market fresh and full-service: Buy-Low Foods opens in Blackfalds

July 15 marks grand opening of new store

Blackfalds Buy-Low Foods Store manager Brian Richter.

Blackfalds Buy-Low Foods Store manager Brian Richter.

Blackfalds has a brand new grocery store to call its own this week!

Buy-Low Foods is welcoming shoppers at 4500 Blackfalds Crossing Way – right off Highway 2A and Highway 597.

At 25,000 square feet, this full-service neighbourhood food store is focused on providing the quality, value and service that Buy-Low Foods is known for.

It’s a timely expansion, not only for the community, but for the food retailer as Buy-Low Foods celebrates more than 50 years of supporting Western Canadian shoppers in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

As a proud part of the community, the store offers the very best shopping experience right in your local neighbourhood, including a full-service deli, meat department with in-store butchers, an in-store bakery and more.

“In this new Blackfalds store, just like those in all the communities we serve, our dedication to customer satisfaction is fundamental – the customer comes first,” says store manager Brian Richter.

“Our team is committed to building a strong connection to the community by delivering outstanding, down-home value to the customers we serve – come see what’s in store and experience our outstanding service!”

Throughout its 26 stores, Buy-Low Foods is committed to a holistic approach to sustainability, including energy efficiency, recycling, composting and more.

Buy-Low Foods marks its grand opening in Blackfalds July 15.

Buy-Low Foods marks its grand opening in Blackfalds July 15.

See you in-store, beginning July 15

The store’s grand opening is planned for Wednesday, July 15 at noon, however to ensure the health and safety for both staff and shoppers, everyone is asked to maintain proper physical distancing.

“We are excited to welcome our neighbours to their new community store, however in these unprecedented times, we remain committed to following the advice and guidance of health officials as together we find our way forward.”

Learn more at buy-low.com and see you in-store!

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