Food Lion recently completed a yearlong project to remodel its 52 Maryland supermarkets, adding more than 1,100 store employees statewide.
The grocer unveiled $108.2 million worth of upgrades, part of a multiyear effort to reposition the “everyday low price” chain in its 10-state market area, reports the Baltimore Sun. The retailer, based in Salisbury, N.C., is rebranding itself with its slogan “easy, fresh and affordable.”
All Maryland stores have been redesigned with new layouts, upgraded decor and lighting, new front-end registers and expanded product assortments that include more organic, gluten-free and local items, and expanded fresh produce and meat departments, the retailer said.
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