Ahold Delhaize's GIANT Food Cutting Prices on Thousands of Items for Lancaster Customers
LANCASTER COUNTY, PA - Ahold Delhaize subsidiary GIANT Food continues to invest in its Pennsylvania presence, announcing a slew of price cuts in addition to investing millions in the state.
“We’re committed to bringing more value every day to our Lancaster customers so we zeroed in our most popular products that families purchase every week,” Nicholas Bertram, President, commented. “We also encourage our customers to download the GIANT app which provides additional personalized savings and coupons.”
GIANT said in a press release that it has made savings easier for Lancaster customers with lower prices, especially on GIANT brand products. The price reduction spans thousands of products in produce, meat, deli, grocery, dairy, frozen food, and health and beauty care that customers routinely purchase.
Just some the staple items customers will find savings of up to 35% on will include GIANT brands of:
- Canned beans
- Organic Yogurt
- Ground beef
- Shredded cheese
The above and more items are in addition to select national brand products as well.
As we previously reported, the retailer also announced a $22 million investment in the county in hopes of doubling down on e-commerce and fresh foods. The company will see a new e-commerce facility and remodel four stores in this key region.
This latest move in Lancaster is in addition to a $70 million investment GIANT announced earlier this year to grow its store network across Pennsylvania by constructing six new stores, remodeling two locations, and opening four new fuel stations over the next two years.
GIANT operates eight stores in Lancaster County, employing approximately 1,300 associates, and added that, as part of this growth strategy, it plans to enter the East Stroudsburg and Walnutport communities for the first time.
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