Stores offer Jennie-O Turkeys at 39 cents per pound with a $25.00 purchase,
among other holiday savings
MODESTO Calif. – November 7, 2023 – FoodMaxx, a warehouse-style grocer and part of The Save Mart Companies, is offering super money saving values for its shoppers this Thanksgiving with the lowest prices on frozen Jennie-O turkeys, essential holiday menu items and fresh, everyday produce items.
“With shoppers facing increases in the cost of living and everyday goods, FoodMaxx delivers the very best value, day in and day out, without sacrificing quality,” said Paul Gossett, vice president and general manager of FoodMaxx stores. “We are thrilled to provide our customers with even bigger savings than last year on their Thanksgiving turkey which are Jennie-O turkeys priced at 39 cents a pound with a purchase of just $25. Saving our customers money, especially at a time when they need it most, is our number one priority.”
Additionally, FoodMaxx has slashed prices even lower on the most popular vegetables that customers buy daily including Roma tomatoes, bok choy, chili peppers, cilantro, cucumbers, green onions, and many more. Furthermore, FoodMaxx Rewards members can take advantage of big digital savings with the whole basket coupon ($10.00 off a $50.00 purchase) available starting on Friday, November 10 on the FoodMaxx app.
FoodMaxx is proudly a non-conventional grocery store, beating competitors’ prices with its innovative procurement and hyper-efficient operations, including its ability to buy in bulk, stock shelves directly from delivery trucks, and enable customers to bag their own groceries – all of which allows FoodMaxx to offer budget-friendly solutions and pass along additional savings to its customers.
FoodMaxx stores feature a warehouse-style format designed to keep costs low with steel shelving for efficient pallet and case stocking designed to keep costs low. Upon entering the store, customers experience FoodMaxx’s unbeatable “Wall of Value,” offering the best deals in town on grocery and holiday essentials.
With 54 stores throughout the Bay Area and the Central Valley, FoodMaxx is a staple for savvy shoppers who know how to stretch their grocery-budget dollars. The store offers a price impact, value-format that suits the needs of the community and provides customers with the right items at the right prices, especially when food budgets are very limited at the end of the month.
FoodMaxx proudly welcomes customers with government assistance payments including electronic benefit transfer (EBT) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), not only in-store but also on Instacart’s same-day grocery delivery and pickup services.
FoodMaxx, along with Save Mart and Lucky California, is operated by The Save Mart Companies, a Kingswood Capital Management, LP portfolio company. The 54 FoodMaxx locations throughout the Bay Area and the Central Valley are proudly no-frills, bag-your-own-groceries, warehouse-style stores that thrive on consistently bringing customers the best deals in town on everything from staples to well-known brands and private-label products. For more information on FoodMaxx stores, please visit: www.FoodMaxx.com.
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