Nineteen Save A Lot Stores in Philadelphia Metro Area & Beyond Reveal Full Remodels, Creating A One-of-a-Kind Shopping Experience for Customers

PHILADELPHIA, PA  – Save A Lot, one of the largest discount grocery chains in the U.S., today announced the completion of full store renovations of 19 Save A Lot locations across the Philadelphia metro area, as well as locations in New Jersey and Delaware. Local store operator Save Philly Stores will give customers access to an upgraded look and feel while enjoying in-store grand re-opening promotions on freshly cut meat, produce and much more from March 6 – 19. This celebration marks the completion of a $4.5 million investment in the Philadelphia metro, New Jersey and Delaware markets by Save Philly Stores.

Customers entering their local store will notice a lighter, brighter and easier-to-shop footprint that includes new produce fixtures, LED lighting, updated décor and signage, wider aisles, and new interior and exterior paint. Based on customer feedback, each store has also expanded its assortment to include new international offerings, more fresh produce options, additional national brands and an expanded non-foods selection. Stores will also offer meat cut fresh in store daily by an experienced butcher.

“Last year, we expanded our Save A Lot footprint in the region to modernize each store and enhance our shopper’s experience,” said Shawn Rinnier, President of Save Philly Stores. “We’re thrilled to unveil the new look and feel of our Save A Lot stores to our customers. Not only do we plan to bring them a wide selection of produce, fresh cut meat in stores and national brands our customers love, but we’re adding more than 1,000 new international items at each location for customers to enjoy. Those offerings will vary based on location and customer need, but we’re committed to being the hometown grocer of choice for these 19 communities.”

“We’re delighted by Save Philly’s recent remodel efforts,” said Tim Schroder, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of Save A Lot. “Shawn and his wife, Susan, quadrupled Save Philly’s footprint in 2021 and have doubled down by making a significant investment in elevating the customer shopping experience in all their stores. Save Philly’s commitment to delivering outstanding operations and providing unmatched value and quality will benefit these communities for years to come.”

This remodel is part of the brand’s efforts to modernize its stores across the country and the re-design reflects Save A Lot’s continued mission and commitment to its local communities, providing value, quality products and neighborhood support. As part of the new initiative, the Company is working with its independent license owners to remodel stores. To date nearly a third of the network has been updated, with many more remodels planned in 2022. The new store design features a contemporary evolution of the brand inspired by customer and employee feedback and each neighborhood store will feature a strong assortment of regional products to better serve customers in meaningful ways.

Newly remodeled/updated Save Philly stores include:

  • 1501 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ
  • 31 E. Broad St., Bridgeton, NJ
  • 2881 Mt. Ephraim Ave., Camden, NJ
  • 714 S. Maryland Ave., Wilmington, DE
  • 401 Naamans Rd., Claymont, DE
  • 196 Penn Mart Center, New Castle, DE
  • 5601 Vine St., Philadelphia, PA
  • 5834 Pulaski St., Philadelphia, PA
  • 6301 Chew Ave., Philadelphia, PA
  • 150 S. MacDade Blvd., Darby, PA
  • 1500 Garrett Rd., Upper Darby, PA
  • 222-26 S. Queen St., Lancaster, PA
  • 1850 Delmar Dr. Folcroft, PA
  • 3520 Edgemont Ave., Brookhaven, PA
  • 1045 Mt. Rose Ave., York, PA
  • 810 Oley St., Reading, PA
  • 2963 N. 7th St., Harrisburg, PA
  • 1721 Markley St. Norristown, PA
  • 611 N. 12th St., Lebanon, PA

Save A Lot believes that all neighborhoods should have access to fresh, high quality food options. Save A Lot focuses on offering everyday low prices on great tasting, high quality private label brands as well as national brand products, USDA-inspected meat cut fresh in store, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, and other non-food items.

Customers can learn more and find a store near them by visiting


About Save A Lot

Founded in 1977, Save A Lot is one of the largest discount grocery store chains in the U.S., with approximately 900 stores in 32 states. Save A Lot remains true to its mission of being a hometown grocer, providing unmatched quality and value to local families. Customers enjoy significant savings compared to traditional grocery stores on great tasting, high quality private label brands, national brand products, USDA-inspected meat, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, and other non-food items. For more information visit and follow Save A Lot on Facebook ( and Instagram or TikTok (@SaveALotFoodStores), or for more information on becoming a Save A Lot independent retail operator visit