Modesto, Calif. — FoodMaxx officially welcomed shoppers to its newly renovated Oakland, Calif., store on Feb. 3.
“With shoppers facing ever-tighter budgets during the pandemic, our Number 1 goal at FoodMaxx is to provide this community with the very best values, day in and day out, without sacrificing quality,” says Dean Willhite, vice president of store operations, FoodMaxx.
Upon entering the store, shoppers experience FoodMaxx’s unbeatable “Wall of Value,” offering the best deals in town on grocery essentials and popular snacks. The store’s interior renovations feature the FoodMaxx warehouse-style format with steel shelving for efficient pallet and case stocking — all designed to keep costs low.
FoodMaxx is able to beat conventional grocery store prices because of its innovative procurement and hyper-efficient operations, including its ability to buy in bulk, stock shelves directly from delivery trucks, have shoppers safely bag their own groceries and the elimination of costly print advertisements — all of which allows FoodMaxx to pass along additional savings to its customers.
To ensure a safe shopping experience, shoppers benefit from bagging their own groceries and protective plexiglass shields have been placed at check stands. The plexiglass shields serve as an added safety measure and help provide a protective space between checkers and shoppers. In addition, FoodMaxx offers home delivery with Instacart.
FoodMaxx, along with Save Mart, Lucky and Lucky California, is owned and operated by Modesto, Calif.-based The Save Mart Companies. The 53 FoodMaxx locations throughout the Bay Area and the Central Valley are proudly no-frills, bag-your-own-groceries, warehouse-style stores. For more information, visit www.FoodMaxx.com.