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Some slightly cheaper turkey and a big drop in the price of those doughy brown-and-serve rolls is going to make the Thanksgiving dinner a bit less expensive this year.
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Fry’s Food Stores
(800)-576-4377 or FrysFood.com
Fry’s Food Stores deliver a wide array of “fresh food, for famous low prices.” Part of the Kroger Co., one of the world’s largest grocery retailers, Fry’s believes in building strong local ties and brand loyalty with its customers. Its free V.I.P. Card grants shoppers savings throughout its stores, plus one fuel point for every $1 spent. The company also participates in philanthropic efforts: Bringing Hope to the Table helps supply community food banks; Giving Hope a Hand benefits breast cancer research; Honoring Our Heroes helps hire and support U.S. military veterans and personnel; and the Salvation Army.
Sprout’s Farmers Markets
2582 S. Val Vista Drive
(480) 821-1511 or Sprouts.com
1967 E. Pecos Road
(480) 941-6774 or WinCoFoods.com
Put on a smile. You know, that facial expression in which the eyes brighten and the corners of the mouth curve upward. Why? WinCo Foods is spreading its money-saving grocery stores across the Phoenix metropolis. WinCo expects to double in size every five to seven years and also plans an expansion soon into the Tucson market.
The Earnhardt Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM franchise will move from north Gilbert to south Gilbert this year and occupy an 80,000 square-foot sales and service facility in the San Tan Auto Motorplex at Val Vista and Loop 202 in Gilbert. Ground breaking on the new facility will be held April 9.
Arizona's unemployment rate remained at 8.3 percent in August as the state's economy added 48,200 jobs, according to the Associated Press.
Vacant storefronts and restaurants are finally starting to fill spaces that emptied in the recession, and that retail turnaround is strongest in the East Valley.
The Valley's hotly competitive supermarket industry will heat up even more as the warehouse chain WinCo is preparing to open at least two East Valley stores.
A grocery chain planning an Arizona expansion is continuing to sign leases for massive stores across the Valley even as the company says it's not sure when or where it will open shops.