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Food City showcases new look

Farragut’s Food City has undergone a transformation and invites the community to celebrate its new look through special grand-remodeling sales going on through the end of the year.

Debra Duncan, manager of the Farragut store, said, “We had a special grand-opening ad that started [Monday], Oct. 29, and we [will] have a new grand-opening ad each week through the end of the year.”

Food City, located at 11130 Kingston Pike in the old Bi-Lo- building, has been open since March 2006, but Duncan said Food City wanted to make the store more customer-friendly and indicative of the community it serves.

“This is something that we wanted to do for our customers. We want to do what is best for our customers and [create] a shopper-friendly store. [We want] to have as much variety as our customers might need. We are here to please our customers and take care of then in the best way that we can,” Duncan said.

The remodeling includes changes in the store’s appearance as well as additions to its merchandise.

“We have widened all of our aisles for customer convenience and we have remodeled our customer service counter in order to better serve our customers.

“We have added approximately 1,500 new organic and natural food items. We have expanded sections such as kosher foods, specialty pasta sauces, salsa and natural organic juices,” Duncan said.

“We have added a specialty soup section [as well as] Neutrogena health and beauty care products, natural organic cleaning and paper products and natural organic baby products.

“We have [also] expanded our seafood and prestige meat cases [and] zero trans-fat deli and bakery items are now company-wide,” she added.

Duncan said Food City offers a wide variety of services to its customers in addition to its prestige meat and seafood counter and expanded natural and organic products line, including an extensive contemporary delicatessen and bakery, a beautifully merchandised full-service floral boutique and a convenient and friendly pharmacy.

Duncan said the remodeling is proving already to better meet the needs of the Farragut Community.

“We have had a lot of positive comments [from customers] on all the improvements and all the new products we have added to the store. We are really optimistic and our sales are getting better and better,” she said.

Food City’s hours of operation are from 6 a.m. to midnight, Sunday through Saturday.

Look for inserts in farragutpress each week through the end of the year for Food City’s grand-remodeling specials.


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